Monthly Archives: December 2009

My Involvement with OCRI

I do some volunteer work helping teach high school students about software development through the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation. It’s very rewarding work, and something people ask me about a lot. Taking a page from Chris Brogan’s post about providing stock answers I’ve set up a permanent page about what I do with […]

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Happy Holidays!

I haven’t prepared a Christmasesque post, which is odd for me because I love the holiday season. I’ll surely have something festive to offer next year, but in the mean time this is my favourite holiday-themed post of 2009 from the rest of the web: http://www.colourlovers.com/blog/2009/12/21/the-most-colorful-part-of-the-holidays I hope that everyone is having a fun and […]

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Are you Selling Winter Tires or Customer Experience?

Note: This article was re-editing and re-posted on the Macadamian blog. In Canada, right around when the first major snowfall hits, all the last-minute drivers bring their cars into Canadian Tire to get their snow tires put on. Pop Quiz: If you were managing a Canadian Tire, what would you say you’re selling? The obvious […]

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