How can I beat the curse of endless office emails? (and my own reflections on achieving inbox zero)

I am keen to share my secret for "inbox zero". I use rules. They are available in Fastmail (my service), Outlook (my official email). All the internal communication from the workplace goes in the trash at the outset. I get an average of ten emails per day, and I realised it is not worth my … Continue reading How can I beat the curse of endless office emails? (and my own reflections on achieving inbox zero)

Aggregation Theory- Healthcare. Is it a reality or a work in progress?

I was trying to understand if this theory holds up in healthcare. Technology is "disrupting" (at least the work processes), and most administrators require a reboot in the understanding of this "novelty". (I still refer this to as novelty because traditional industries have adapted to the new scenario to keep their profits intact). They haven't … Continue reading Aggregation Theory- Healthcare. Is it a reality or a work in progress?

The writing on the wall for a legendary blackboard chalk-maker

The whole blackboard+chalk industry rent asunder by the whiteboards and "digital classrooms". Can learning be ever the same again? I understand technology is imperative but digital classrooms (of the future) renders the teacher-student relationship redundant. Digitisation comes at a cost. Fascinating article! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhNUjg9X4g8 A legendary brand of Japanese-made chalk — Hagoromo Fulltouch — coveted cultishly … Continue reading The writing on the wall for a legendary blackboard chalk-maker