Thinking artificially

I finally put my mitts on ChatGPT. The recent revelations, concern, and general plethora of blather about it made me think I should at least […]

Hyping the news

I just saw another of these ‘n things you must…if you…’ headlines, and as usual it had the opposite effect they intended. I guess I’m a contrarian, […]

Learners as learning evaluators

Many years ago, I led the learning design of an online course on speaking to the media. It was way ahead of the times in a […]

Debating debates

This is the year, at the LDA, of unpacking thinking (the broader view of my previous ‘exposure‘). The idea is to find ways to dig […]

Don’t make me learn!

In a conversation with a client, the book Don’t Make Me Think was mentioned. Though I haven’t read it, I’m aware of its topic: usability. The […]

Looking ahead

A number of people are indicating that 2022 is another year to move on from. And, of course, we do need to move on (as if […]

Happy Holidays and the New Year!

This year, my traditional Tuesday post means this is the last post of this year. The next will be in 2023! Which means it’s time […]


I was recently pinged about a new virtual world, a ‘metaverse‘ inspired new place for L&D. It looked like a lot of previous efforts! I […]

Writing books

I write. A lot, obviously (7 books, numerous articles, this blog, white papers, …). As a colleague pointed out, I’m lucky it comes easy. For […]

Conference Outcomes?

Two months ago, I wrote about the L&D Conference we were designing. In all fairness, I reckon I should report on how it went, now […]

Wisdom into practice

Many moons ago, I wrote about a personal quest. Recognizing that what I was doing is making people smarter ‘in the moment’, I looked for […]

Feast or Famine

This week is a wee bit of a hectic one, capping a few of the same. There’s an old saying about feast or famine, and […]

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