January - July 2004


when mobile isn't the best choice 2004-7-6 (137 words)

I have a funny situation here. I have a PowerBook with Tinderbox on it and a room full of WIndooze PCs here at home. Imagine which I use?

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now also with RSS inside 2004-7-20 (62 words)

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WhyMeCoach? 2004-7-20 (292 words)

As I am slowly building my way into the vocation of being a 'Coach' to others, I keep asking myself this question: Why me?

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First entry 2004-1-16 (365 words)

Well hey-ho. ...

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Reluctant Volunteers 2004-7-25 (737 words)

This seems to a common theme in coaching/tutoring/teaching situations: someone comes for help, but given an advice is not really willing to implement it.

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fetters, chains 2004-7-16 (189 words)

There always seems to be something chaining me these days when I work on a computer. ...

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reDesign 2004-7-26 (180 words)

I'm currently more than fed up with the layout of this website. A layout that has proven usefull for some years now.

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file it under 'quick remote input hack' 2004-7-26 (125 words)

Just a quick idea/note. Given a core that could read/write Tinderbox files (a XML/XSLT enabled scripting language...) one should be able to build a remote editing CGI for Tinderbox files. ...

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a note on pea-counting 2004-7-9 (260 words)

About my fear of finances and an insight into saving money once those fears were overcome.

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August - December 2004 2004-8-1 (0 words)

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Is there money in reading? 2004-7-5 (241 words)

So, watching myself these last days, I was thinking... I hardly seem to be able to get myself to be enthusiastic about anything that has to do with working. I mean actual honest sit down and code kind of work. I usually sat down to start doing things, and all that came of it was yet another session of reading interesting stuff on the web. Now being self-employed and all, there's actually some self questioning being called for here:...

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people are reading 2004-7-27 (223 words)

As was to be expected, people have found and read what I have to say about Tinderbox and learning...

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using Tinderbox notes for templates? 2004-5-31 (346 words)

Well, that's more a problem of teminology actually....

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sharing by accident 2004-6-2 (222 words)

One idea/topic/concept that came up on BlogWalk was inspired by a story Oliver Wrede told us about how he learned things about people through reading their weblogs. That extra knowledge - or the new angle to understanding a person - was gained more or less accidently. The author of the weblog had not intended the information for the particular reader, and might not even been aware that it was 'news' to the reader. Simply writing about his life he shared something that was fresh to the reader. Also the reader would have never suspected to gain that paticular info.

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keeping the process 2004-6-15 (395 words)

I am using Tinderbox a lot to plan and sketch things I want to do. I have a document titled 'Ideabook'....

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fighting with new concepts 2004-7-4 (243 words)

I'm just now in the process of integration some Tinderbox notes into my existing website framework... And danm am I fightig with concepts... Tinderbox' HTML export was clearly written with a different strategy in mind than what I was doing till now. Most blocks I hit make perfect sense after thinking them through from the Tinderbox perspective. But some still don't cleanly fit into my website framework.

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too many Tinderboxen 2004-7-6 (231 words)

It's the old dilema every Tindbox user seems to have at some point and then again...

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Am I more thoughtfull here? 2004-7-16 (91 words)

not sure....

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going deeper into Tinderbox 2004-5-31 (238 words)

The time spent between the last two post and this one was spend exploring with Tinderbox on an on and off basis......

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learning curve 2004-7-26 (93 words)

One thing about learning a new tool just occured to me: people usually whine for new features at the beginning of their learning curve.... why can't it do X? But then comes a phase where you get in deeper and start to 'get it'. You learn new way to do things, learning to do them 'inside the boundaries'. I'm at that point now. I can see that this tool at my disposal can do things I never dreamed of. And very often the solutions are far simpler than what I wanted to do...

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