Leonard and Sumana's personal notebook

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The Second Step: HOWTO encourage open source work at for-profits - Open Source Bridge attendee wiki 2010: one thing to add: themes of "you should be doing this anyway"

MBA Mondays : A VC: check for a refresher

On 1:1s :: dria.org: as rands says, you will always learn something during your 1:1. Prep work for the win. Richardson's format mirrors that of the liaison chats from the performance appraisal system I developed

Damien Katz: Thoughts on an Open Source Company: I'm especially curious about how the anti-manager bias and the allergy to performance/productivity criteria will end up working

How to Be a Leader in Your Field : to read

What single book is the best introduction to your field (or specialization within your field) for laypeople? | Ask Metafilter: I should write about the books I'm reading based on this recommendation list, such as Lynch, Ball, and Murch

Big government, big IT — Crooked Timber: "...when many stakeholders may have powers of delay or veto, but few have powers of initiation. It is not for nothing that some people claim IT as now a branch of applied sociology."

How much money do you make?: another in the salary transparency rumination series

Schneier on Security: The Security Mindset: A new profession for me?

Underground Value: Notes From Buffett Meeting 2/15/2008: "I know people on the Forbes 400 list whose children would not hide them." Today I accidentally made a guy think about whether anyone would miss him if he died.

Groklaw - The Microsoft v. Google-Lee Hearing: Among other things, why smart people leave for new jobs

Scott Rosenberg’s Wordyard » Blog Archive » Microsoft plus Yahoo? The sum is less than the parts: Had to wait till California woke up to get decent analysis on MSFT->YHOO. Thanks, Scott.

Unshelved comic strip archive : numbers distilled utilizing AEM

What Every Manager Should Know About Feedback: via Eric Nehrlich -- would it be meta-subversive-feedback if I gave this to my managers?

XPlanner Home: Hey Jason


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