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From Programs to Movements
The Bureau of Primary Health Care has successfully jump started the 100% Access 0 Disparity movement in America. Spokane, WA area is implementing a similar approch. There is a summary of the BPHC experience that is very enlightening, if you wish to switch from projects and programs to "movements". I highly recommend reading it if you need to scale up some initiative to include more stakeholders. A remarkable overview of the journy and the liberating concepts is chronicaled by John Scanlon in "Extrordinary Results on National Goals: Networks and Partnerships in the Bureau of Primary Healht Care's 100%/0 Campaign". The PDF file can be downloaded from THIS LINK on IBM Center for The Business of Government site. The site section is "New Ways to Manage". I agree that it is a real revolutionary way to think about how to manage large scale change.
13:02:03 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Marc's Weblog
Confused . . . but happy
Confused but happy definitely describes me today. I got a call in the morning from K, whom I'm dating, to...
12:57:56 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Sweater Project
Hinterland Who's Who spoofs These 60 second wildlife videos were broadcast in Canada ...
(Hinterland Who's Who spoofs These 60 second wildlife videos were broadcast in Canada for decades, they were so well known, they spawned their own spoofs. Try them here, caution not suitable for ...)
Hinterland Who's Who spoofs These 60 second wildlife videos were broadcast in Canada for decades, they were so well known, they spawned their own spoofs. Try them here, caution not suitable for young children: http://www.hww.ca/media.asp?mcid=4 I think my favorite is the Canadian Mountain Kangaroo! On the other hand both the old and the new real CWS Hinterland Who's Who are completely suitable for children, try them out at: http://www.hww.ca/media.asp Or if you would like some audio clips of wildlife, primarily birds try this link: http://www.hww.ca/media.asp?mcid=5
12:56:36 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ted Ritzer: EE &Interp Web Links
Hinterland Who's Who spoofs These 60 second wildlife videos were broadcast in Canada ...
(Hinterland Who's Who spoofs These 60 second wildlife videos were broadcast in Canada for decades, they were so well known, they spawned their own spoofs. Try them here, caution not suitable for ...)
Hinterland Who's Who spoofs These 60 second wildlife videos were broadcast in Canada for decades, they were so well known, they spawned their own spoofs. Try them here, caution not suitable for young children: http://www.hww.ca/media.asp?mcid=4 I think my favorite is the Canadian Mountain Kangaroo! On the other hand both the old and the new real CWS Hinterland Who's Who are completely suitable for children, try them out at: http://www.hww.ca/media.asp Or if you would like some audio clips of wildlife, primarily birds try this link: http://www.hww.ca/media.asp?mcid=5
12:56:36 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ted Ritzer: Birding
Jason Mraz - Waiting For My Rocket To Come
It has taken a while for me to put this review up --- this CD is getting a great deal of spins wherever I am, the car, the Mac, etc. This CD is remarkable in its musical goodness, top to...
12:49:10 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Satan's Luau
Long overdue again
So I missed the whole month of September when it comes to updating my blog. Luckily I got in a...
12:43:14 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: ed.hunsinger.org
Dismembers Only
I believe that "Tina Tina" and I might've found some common ground. If you haven't been reading, "Tina Tina" is...
12:35:21 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Noopy.ORG
Annals of Inanity: David Brooks Gives the Dems Advice
Beware conservatives bearing advice.
12:24:49 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Hector Rottweiller Jr's Web Log
Pakistan Comfortably Beat SA by 8 Wickets
Pakistan wrapped up the 1st Test in Lahore on Day 5, beating South Africa by 8 wickets. It was an excellent team performance based on solid performances throughout the team and the sprit within the squad was clearly evident.
12:07:44 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Unofficial Pak Cricket
San Diego - Part II
Still here..... And here is the story so far. We've moved away from the sea for a couple of days...
11:56:02 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Twoflower Online
Bangalore, Part I
I'm in Bangalore, India visiting Novell's office. We're looking to build a team of GNOME hackers here (also OOo and Mono), and I'm here with Michael and Luis to help make that go smoothly. Monday morning, Nat and I arrived here in Bangalore. We didn't sleep - we went right to the office after roughly 24 hours (me) and 30 hours (nat) of travel. We talked to Management for most of the first day. I was really, really tired. We talked to one engineer. By that time, I was exhausted - I was battling sleep, and occasionally losing. The next two days we talked to a lot of engineers. Luis and Michael showed up at some point. This was all sort of a blur - I was still jet lagged, and there was a lot to cover. The engineers seemed very bright on the whole, and it was very encouraging. On Wednesday night I had high blood pressure for some reason, and woke up numb all over. The hotel doctor came by and gave me some pills, and I slept it off. The next morning he came in to check my blood pressure ...
11:50:28 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: dave's log
Atlanta
Atlanta was fun. We met up with Karen Tsang (not Gid's wife). She had graduated from UT a few years...
11:30:11 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Caleb
wsc21102003
WORKERS MARCH AT UCT
11:05:15 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: IMC-SA
ilithapark21102003
Illitha Park Anti-Eviction moves into bank office
11:00:22 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: IMC-SA
Zebra runs wild world wide
The project i have worked on with Urs Heckmann for months is finally out! Zebra! Its getting really good comments from the users and they even mention that they like the UI which makes me very happy! yay heres the news release at osxaudio.com: (scroll to bottom for comments) http://www.osxaudio.com/index.php?story=653 here's the news release at em411.com: (scroll to bottom for comments) http://www.em411.com/show.php?area=alert&area_id=616 and a thread at osxaudio.com's forum.. lots of nice praise: http://www.osxaudio.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=4670
10:43:19 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: atariboy blog: no such thing as no such thing
Versioning And XP
This came across the AgileDotNet mailing list awhile back and indicates one of the misconceptions about XP that I run across regularly. Does anyone have experience of developing web services using agile methodologies?I'm in a team who're about to start developing a suite of web services using XP, and I'm concerned about using an iterative approach to web services.I'd be grateful if anyone could pass on any information regarding such a situation - especially any ideas (and documents) regarding versioning. Here is my reply. Do you have concerns other than versioning? I assume your versioning concerns revolve around the (wsdl) contract changing each iteration. Realize that even though the goal of XP is to have working software that could be deployed in production you don't have to. That is the point of release planning. There are multiple iterations that make up a release and during those iterations the public interface may change as you discover things about what you're really ...
10:37:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Wayne Allen's Weblog
BizMov: Dreamcatcher
Four young friends perform a heroic act - and are changed forever by the uncanny powers they gain in return. Years later the friends, now men, are on a hunting trip in the Maine woods when they are overtaken by a blizzard, a vicious storm in which something much more ominous moves Challenged to stop an alien force, the friends must first prevent the slaughter of innocent civilians by a military vigilante, then overcome a threat to the bond between them. In the end, the friends confront an unparalleled horror, with the fate of the world in the balance. Based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King. Canadian Connection: Filmed in British Columbia.
10:36:55 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: bizwarcho :: I've got your bizwarcho right here
Llanelli Scarlets Triumphant against The Blues
The first half was dominated by The Blues,scores coming from Andy Moore(the second row)and Lee Abdul with an interception from a bad pass by Leigh Davies, but we couldn't finish the other moves off. Straight after Lee's try Llanelli hit back through Matt Watkins almost immediately after an error.
10:35:59 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: ArmsPark.tk
Public Variables In VB.NET Modules
Interesting bit of detective work the other day I thought I'd share with everyone. A friend of a friend was having trouble with an ASP 2.0 project that was ported to ASP.NET. Turns out that on some web servers the different clients were getting their data overwritten by others. A little splunking uncovered that the application was maintaining state using a public variable declared in a VB module. I could guess what was happening, but wanted to know the details so I created a tiny test app that looked like this: Module Module1 Public moduleinteger As Integer End Module I compiled and then decompiled the assembly into C# with the following results: namespace ModuleTest { internal sealed class Module1 { public static int moduleinteger; } } So essentially the vb compiler turns the module keyword into the c# equivalent "internal sealed class" and makes all public variable static. Also any refernece to the public module variable gets the "module" name added to it as well. And since ...
10:30:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Wayne Allen's Weblog
Lucky Dog
Can't stop thinking about luck. Have to consider myself a lucky dog. Throughout my life I've gotten more than my share of lucky breaks. Even got hired once (pre-press production) by mistake. By the time the company figured out the...
10:29:55 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: adverb
XHTML Transitional, Strict - What's the Difference?
What's allowable in XHTML 1.0 Transitional but not permitted in XHTML 1.0 Strict? Peter-Paul Koch asked about comparison lists the other day in his exceptional XHTML-L discussion list. I've listed three of my favorites below. I found these concise and easy to quickly find what you need. I've added short descriptions to each of the links below: (142 words, 8 links)
10:29:34 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Brainstorms and Raves - Recent Post Excerpts
Really Simple Web Services
Courtesy of Christian Weyer, Rich Salz proposes a kinder, gentler WSDL format. We're not sure about this (though WSDL can get a bit heinous), but it's worth discussing: I've sketched a brief example of an interface definition language for web services, m
09:53:55 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: CapeBlog
Clinical
I love nursing... or at least 2 of my nursing classes....
09:52:46 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Nusia
10,000 Birds Blog Just found a great new birding blog that is well worth checking out, ...
(10,000 Birds Blog Just found a great new birding blog that is well worth checking out, try it at: http://www.10000birds.com/team.htm)
10,000 Birds Blog Just found a great new birding blog that is well worth checking out, try it at: http://www.10000birds.com/team.htm
09:51:46 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ted Ritzer: Birding
palmOne Treo 600 CDMA
Handspring's parting shot, the Treo 600, is one of the better blends of phone and PDA that we've seen to date. Lowest Price: $, Average price: $
09:51:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: CNET Shopper - Most Popular PDAs
PalmOne Treo 600 CDMA
Handspring's parting shot, the Treo 600, is one of the better blends of phone and PDA that we've seen to date. Lowest Price: $, Average price: $
09:51:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: CNET Shopper - Most Popular PDAs
Treo 600 CDMA
Handspring's parting shot, the Treo 600, is one of the better blends of phone and PDA that we've seen to date. Lowest Price: $, Average price: $
09:51:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: CNET Shopper - Most Popular PDAs
DiverseBooks at TCASU
I have approximately ten review books for DiverseBooks.com at the moment. What I would like to know is how many people would review them for the site if I brought them to TCASU. Obviously since I will be flying there I don't want to carry more stuff than necessary. Alex
09:50:08 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Alex McLintock's personal log
Google embraces intranet blogs
Google embraces intranet blogs Google this summer purchased weblog software maker Pyra Labs; now, Google employees scattered across the country use blogs to exchange notes and create a shared record of their thoughts – something email can't do. The excerpt is part of an item by Ed Cone on Baseline, the project managment center.
09:44:10 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: R de la Torre: mulgawire
Google Secrets
PC Magazine has some nifty Google tips, including the legendary CapeMail: CapeMail is an e-mail search application that allows you to send an e-mail to google@capeclear.com with the text of your query in the subject line and get the first ten results for
09:35:09 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: CapeBlog