Disrupted Professionals

Disrupted Professionals

by Danielle Brody Comics about the realities of working, networking, and learning from home It’s hard to feel professional when I haven’t stepped into an office in months. Like many people across the world, I’ve been working from home for nearly a year. I can do my...
Fear and Courage

Fear and Courage

By Tom Morris Fear is a Feeling. Courage is a Choice.Fear is a normal emotional reaction to threat or danger. It can be sudden and surprising in its intensity. Or it can be sneaky, almost hidden, and equally unsettling in its power.We don’t choose our emotions—at...
A Problem Seeking A Solution

A Problem Seeking A Solution

by Jordan Jankus I work in the human services field, assisting people with developmental disabilities and my adult daughter lives in one of our agency’s homes.  Caring for the disabled and elderly in long-term care settings is a noble and fulfilling calling, but the...
Cerf’s Up: Repairability Redux

Cerf’s Up: Repairability Redux

By Vint Cerf I wrote about this earlier in the year (“On Durability”) and here I am again harping on the same topic. My excuse is COVID-19. I have been at home for the past six months while my normal schedule would have had me on the road three weeks out of four. Of...
A Problem Seeking A Solution

Coordinator for Person-Centered & Cognitive Supports

by Jordan Jankus My life has had its share of disruptions and perhaps that is why I am so attracted to the ethos of the Disruptive Technologists.  Disruptions can be difficult and painful but also present remarkable opportunities. Forty-one years ago, my Jessica was...