Similar to MetaCognition (but with more Iteration, Deliberate Practice) and Critical Thinking (but with more Self Awareness). (more)

Conflict of Cultures/World Views. (See my Worldview Roadmap.) (more)

After you've had some experience writing in the ways suggested in the previous sections (of Hack Your Life With A Private Wiki Notebook Getting Things Done And Other Systems), you'll notice that the same/similar ideas come up repeatedly in your thoughts. This relates to Why Use A Wiki For Your Notebook. (more)

Use your Digital Garden's Automatic Linking to turn "meaningful-to-you" phrases into links, then create pages for those phrases. (more)

Affordance that helps a Wiki or Digital Garden grow. (more)

as your write a page, each key phrase (phrase that seems key to you at that time) has the potential to spin off a new page. (more)

The mental practice of acknowledging the uncertainty/risk of every belief or decision or action. (more)

longer-term Vo-Tech Job Training that includes both skills and Value-s (Craftsmanship): see Master And Apprentices (more)

VisakanVeerasamy: 'Smart Writing' is about cultivating taste, suspending judgement and chasing your curiosity. I saw someone tweet “I wish smart writing came to me as easily as dumb tweeting (Twitter)” — and so I am here to share my strategy for using the latter to precipitate the former (more)

Sean Johnson: Nailing Product-Market Fit: The Definitive Guide. Some people believe the answer is “when you can sustainably acquire customers for less than the value you extract from them.” (more)

Martin Cagan on Product Strategy - Overview. how do we decide which problems they (Product Teams) should solve? Answering that question is what product strategy is all about. (more)

Clarke Ching: Rolling Rocks Downhill ISBN:1505446511 Takes Eli Goldratt business-fiction approach to pitching Iterative Agile Software Development for a new product being created by a mature company. Heavy emphasis on bottleneck thinking. (more)

Traditional "management", even most software product management, is Industrial-Age Command-and-Control thinking that is net-negative for managing creatives. We need re-framing of Agile Software Development with a business-creating software Product Development mindset. Rapidly Iterative based on FeedBack. Part of Strategic Agility. A bit post-Lean-Startup. This is my Product Development Process. (more)

Discussion Forum software. Discourse is an open source Internet forum software application founded in 2013 by Jeff Atwood, Robin Ward, and Sam Saffron.[2] Discourse received funding from First Round Capital and Greylock.[3] From a usability perspective, Discourse breaks with existing forum software by including features recently popularized by large social networks, such as infinite scrolling, live updates, expanding links, and drag and drop attachments.[4] However, the stated goals of the project are social rather than technical, to improve online discussion quality through improved forum software. The application is written in JavaScript and Ruby On Rails,[5] and is released under the GNU General Public License version 2. PostgreSQL is the supported database management system. It also uses EmberJs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discourse_(software) (more)

Coronavirus getting us antsy, resorting to spending money on exercise equipment. (more)

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This is the publicly-readable WikiLog Digital Garden (17k pages, starting from 2002) of Bill Seitz (a Product Manager and CTO) (also a Wiki-Junkie).

My Calling: Reality Hacking to accelerate Evolution by increasing Freedom, Agency, and Leverage of Free Agents and smaller groups (SmallWorld) via D And D of Thinking Tools (software and Games To Play).

See Intro Page for space-related goals, status, etc.; or Wiki Node for more terse summary info.

Beware the War On The Net!

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Seeking: CTO/Chief Product Officer-type position in funded organization with entrepreneurial culture, in Chicago area. My value: accelerating business-changing product development.

Current:

Coming soon: FluxGarden

My Coding for fun.

Past: