Post-It Notes aren’t Agile – they’re wallpaper

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A whiteboard covered in post-it notes. Photo byJim Downing.

Post-it® notes are the life-blood of Agile. So we’re told. Those little flaps of paper, usually hastily scribbled on, are the only way to prove you’re Doing It Right™. I’m not a big fan. They’re environmentally wasteful, inaccessible, and a bit crap for remote workers. But some people love them, so who am I to…

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Leveson – Death By A Thousand (Paper) Cuts

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I’ve been listening to the Leveson inquiry. A large part of the exchanges seem to go like this: Jay: Turning to page 51. Witness: Which bundle? Jay: 1606. Witness: 1660? Leveson: No, the page after. Jay: Paragraph 7. Witness: I don’t have a paragraph 7. Jay: Ah, I have an earlier print out. Leveson: You’ll…

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Blocking News International

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There is much wailing and gnashing of the teeth about Murdoch’s plan to charge for his content. The swine! The blaggard! Regardless of the sanity or effectiveness of this idea – I thought it would be an interesting idea to turn the tables. What would it be like if News International were unable to scour…

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Linking Papers to The Web

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The guardian should have qr codes so I can teeet what I'm reading in the paper — James H (@angusprune) October 22, 2009 Let’s Make It Happen So, assuming each story has a URL, how would that look Turning it into a QR code using my encoder… That’s probably a bit large for a…

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The Guardian – A Review

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One of the things I love about Private Eye is the columns I don’t read.  Corners of the magazine dedicated to the gossip of the classical music world, the perils of modern architecture, positively incomprehensible reports about big business buying into football.  I care for none of these subjects, but I’m immensely relieved that they…

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