Maturity and Moxy?
I don’t know much about building cars or how to fix them if something goes wrong, but I would say I’m a pretty good driver.
Driving a car is also how I think about information technology. And, even though I don’t speak geek, know very little about coding, and struggle to fix anything when it goes wrong, I use technology better than most people my age.
For me technology is simply an extraordinary gift providing previously unfathomable opportunities to communicate, share ideas, learn, grow, challenge, collaborate, advocate, engage, and make…
Posted on 11-24-17
If a Three Year Old Can Understand Cooperation…
Our youngest son wasn’t quite three years old at the time when his older brother unexpectedly gave him one of his coveted GI Joes.
As the result of being the recipient of such unexpected generosity, he turned to me, grinned, and said, “Mommy, that’s cooperation”.
While I was sure a child with that kind of a vocabulary was a genius, upon questioning, I soon realized that he had simply absorbed cooperation as the word of the day from Sesame Street.
But it turns out he was on to something because cooperation is, or at least should be,…
Posted on 11-05-17