Technology

When You Break Up With Your Phone & Invite The Quiet

When You Break Up With Your Phone & Invite The Quiet

I have thirteen Twitter accounts on my phone that I “manage” or do things with for either my two companies, a smattering of clients, organizations, and a few family members (they get stuck sometimes).

I have six Facebook accounts as well, three Instagram, only one Snapchat, a myriad of messaging apps and conference calling software.

Countless email addresses, seven that I actively use daily.

A bunch of Office 365 Tenants.

And now double-digit Microsoft Teams.

One Slack, yes just one.

And I am absolutely and utterly angry that I now wear readers, which I lend to many to read menus.

Back to Basics: Microsoft Partner Network 101 Webinars - Marketing is an All-Play

Back to Basics: Microsoft Partner Network 101 Webinars - Marketing is an All-Play

This week I sat in on a Microsoft Partner Network 101: New Marketing Tools and Resources Webinar led by Chinmayi Bhavanishankar & Diana Emleila Ishak both awesome marketers to follow on LinkedIn and on Twitter. They are part of Microsoft US OCP, which stands for Microsoft One Commercial Partner.

It's All Your Fault - @theswingshiftco

It's All Your Fault - @theswingshiftco

I often tell certain people in my life that “it’s all your fault.”

And with Nancy McSharry-Jensen it is her fault. It’s her fault that I have this beautiful career working in and around Microsoft.

Blockchain Blows My Skirt Up.

Blockchain Blows My Skirt Up.

Here I am again in a room full of

developers and entrepreneurs.

Ritual de lo habitual.

People talking about tokens, ICOs, use cases,

Blockchain, Bitcoin, Etherium, “hard forks”…

In tech and computers,

why does it seem that as much as things change they stay the same?

With Grace.

With Grace.

If you don’t know who Grace Hopper is, you should.

In 1944, she was one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer

Invented the first compiler for a computer programming language

Popularized the idea of machine-independent programming languages

which led to the development of COBOL

one of the first high-level programming languages. And there is an amazing conference in her honor that is held every year.