Author Archives: Rob Page

The Art of the Possible?

It’s finally happened; we’ve created a podcast! The Art of the Possible, co-hosted by my friend and colleague, Dan Morrison, is a conversation, often animated, between Rob Page and Dan Morrison about customer experience, technology, culture, and ethics. Special guests … Continue reading

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The (Yet Another) Case for biometric authentication

Seriously, this makes my physically upset. Two guesses left…. Programmer is likely to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in bitcoin.

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The Right to Repair & the cost of e-waste

Is this the beginning of the end of our disposable-everything modus operandi? The cost of disposability is getting high.

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Boss-ing versus Leading

This.

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Balancing focus, deep competence, and diversity

This post is nothing more than a pointer to an excellent article by Michael Simmons entitled, “People Who Have “Too Many Interests” Are More Likely To Be Successful According To Research.” Click over there now and read it.  It’s a … Continue reading

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Servant Leadership – a Prime Minister cleans up his own spilled coffee

The Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, sets the highest examples to leaders everywhere.  The people there will never, NEVER, forget this. THIS is servant leadership.

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Teaching/Learning Paradox

We advance in our individual lives and, as a species by learning.  If we didn’t learn we’d still be in caves.  For the most successful and happy people, learning is a pleasure.  I can’t get enough of whatever brain chemical … Continue reading

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Tesla manufacturers mobile computers

On May 23, Consumer Reports declined to recommend the Tesla Model 3 due to higher-than-ideal stopping distance. Seven (7) (!) days later Tesla released a software update that reduced stopping distance which, in turn, provoked Consumer Reports to issue a … Continue reading

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Apple missed a HUGE boat

I love my Apple Watch.  The modular watch face with complications from each of: personal calendar (Apple cal) work calendar (Fantastical) weather (Accueeather) battery level (built-in) fitness circles (built-in) is EXACTLY what I want in a watch face.  Soon, I’ll … Continue reading

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Simple: The national debt DOES matter; make legislators responsible

2018 interest expense on US national debt $174,800,239,416.18 $175B in interest alone…American economic and political hubris is a dangerous thing. If the American (nay, the global economy given how inter- and co-dependent we all are) economy never falters and continues … Continue reading

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