Inspiration

Back in Sydney

  • 18th September 2014

So after spending most of the year in America and some great opportunities on offer I decided to head homeward bound. There was a couple of major factors that made me and the highest one was that my Grandmother (Nuna as you would say in Maltese) was diagnosed with the…

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So today I decided that I was going to be my Inspiration…

  • 16th October 2013

I have lived my life as many people looking up to people for inspiration and in moments of hard times reminding myself of their turmoil and also their successes. Someone who has always inspired was Nelson Mandela. There have been many times in my life be it in the workplace…

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IT Strategy and evolving concepts

  • 1st May 2013

Found this presentation the other day I quite like it, discusses the ever evolving concept of IT Stratergy and presents it in a nice layout. Quick, Short and to the point but well worth a flick through, especially for those in the area of making business decisions.  The strategist: An…

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Living Computer Musuem

Living Computer Musuem

  • 29th April 2013

I was happy to learn about the Living Computer Museum located in Seattle. We headed down for a Sunday to go and see the collection of Retro Computers. I felt like a kid in a candy store it was awesome. There is so many old machines in working order, the…

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Steve Jobs Video Links

Steve Jobs Video Links

  • 9th April 2012

Recently stumbled across a bunch of old Steve Jobs… Disregarding the obvious downsides to the man, I do enjoy these videos and see them as a part of IT History… It will be interesting to watch what happens to Apple and the Cult of Mac now he has passed? Rare…

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Being Wrong

Being Wrong

  • 2nd May 2011

I was browsing on Ted tonight and came across the below, I think it is very fitting for information technology professionals. We need to be able to admit we are wrong. We need to be able to learn from our peers and contribute. Everything needs a champion however a true…

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Modern Man by George Carlin

Modern Man by George Carlin

  • 22nd March 2011

‘m a modern man A man for the millennium Digital and smoke free A diversified multicultural postmodern deconstructionist Politically anatomically and ecologically incorrect I’ve been uplinked and downloaded I’ve been inputted and outsourced I know the upside of downsizing I know the downside of upgrading I’m a high tech lowlife…

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The Cathedral and the Bazaar

The Cathedral and the Bazaar

  • 26th August 2009

http://www.catb.org/esr/writings/homesteading/  – Papers by Eric S Raymond << The Cathedral and the Bazaar was a key paper in helping Netscape to make the decision to release their source code under the Mozilla name (Mozilla was the original name for the browser)

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