Matt Oppenheimer’s 5 Points

I recently attended an Idaho Technology Council meeting at the Stueckle Sky Center at Boise State University.  It was a gorgeous morning to watch the view of a bustling city tucked next to the mountains and listen to some great speakers.  One of those speakers was Matt Oppenheimer the co-founder and CEO of Remitly. Matt’s…

Barriers to Entry

Today’s challenge involves composing and publishing a post entirely using my mobile device. So, it’s probably going to be short. Let’s add a photo. This photo was a taken as an example of irony. We use glass doors as a way to remove barriers, but when we put stickers on them we reinforce the barriers…

FileZilla Reenters My Workflow

I recently acquired some old hardware and was working on giving it a purpose when I felt a particular set of problems could be solved by using a physical disc to install the operating system on one of the machines. So, I burned a DVD. This particular set of projects began in part with my…

The Earth Is Patient

Yesterday I had the chance to sit down and listen to Mike Boren who shared with us a phrase that he wasn’t going to claim as his own, but carried a great deal of wisdom. The ox is slow, but the earth is patient. While I don’t have time today to write up a full article…

Climbing Over the Fence to Ideal Employment

Jenny called a couple of months ago.  She had spent years working on her degree in nursing doing her coursework on nights and weekends.  Prior to that there was a long gap as she put aside her education goals to focus on her family.  Now it was time for her and on the horizon was…