Monday, January 30 - Sunday April 9: I was mostly working in other areas. Figuring out what I wanted to do with Twitter, video/YouTube, etc. Also went down a bit of a ChatGPT rabbit hole that went pretty deep. More to come on all that but for now as
I worked out of Antone's at SXSW 2016 supporting the launch of Capital One's public API platform. I had some time while running around the city that week to do a bit of street photography, presented here.
Chalk this retrospective learning up to "I sort of kind of knew this might be the case, but wanted to try something different anyway." When I started planning the approach for my 26 Sprints in 2023, I wanted to focus on a theme per sprint. That immediately became
Google Maps shows this property today as "Dock Street - Capital Region Land Conservancy" and the dock appears to be well-maintained twenty years later in 2023 still.
A friend who does not approve of Boston Dynamics' robots recently posted a video (at the bottom of this post too) of their bipedal robot Atlas working at a "construction site," to a Facebook group we're in. Partly to troll him, but also because I
Richmond, VA was blanketed by snow in January 2003. Here are some pictures I took while walking around the Dock Street / Tobacco Row area on a sunny day, January 17, 2003 (20 years ago today).
The intro for this first Sprint Retrospective is going to be brief, as the main focus of the past two weeks at Eszett (the name of the blog/site; I'll get into the significance of that name in a future post) has been a bit "meta"
One of the recurring things you'll see as the content on this site evolves is a lot of examples of visual thinking - diagrams, sketches, pictures, mind maps, and more. It is fitting then that in trying to organize my initial high-level thinking for Sprint themes and content