If you won my business because you had the lowest price, I might return but only until someone beats your price. But I feel no sense of loyalty. If you won my business by providing an overwhelming number of options or configurations I might return until someone else can reduce the choices down to what … Continue reading Simplifying Choice
I bought my first PC in 1994. It ran both DOS and Windows 3.1. Over the next few months, I’d install more RAM, a modem and a CD-ROM. Although I justified my purchase by telling myself I’d no longer have to rely on the computers at the library at the University of Utah, my computer … Continue reading My Windows Experience
My definition of a career has changed about every 10 years. I thought a career was something I’d stumble upon after graduating from college. It was college where I read and studied a bunch of subjects. Some of them were related, but most were hit (Art) or miss (Linguistics) but would come in handy when … Continue reading What Is a Career?