This post is a little specific to Nuix users, which I know is not something I’ve been posting for a while now, but I had the opportunity to talk to Bill Potter from Rampiva about a week ahead of the release of their new tool and wanted to share some of that conversation with you.
You can read about Baseline here.
In essence, the idea is to solve an interesting problem that has existed with Nuix Workstation users for years, finding an elegant tool that lets you know just how much work your people and your technology are doing.
That’s why what happened today, and everything that has been leading up to it saddens me. The Republican Party has eaten itself. The QAnon conspiracy theorists couldn’t have done a better job of blowing up the GOP if they were literally working for the Democrats. (Maybe they were?)
If this tweet that I saw recently is true, we need to have a rethink of a lot of things. “Many of the most promising jobs today didn’t even exist twenty years ago, a trend that will continue and accelerate.” @Kasparov63 @Public_Affairs #DeepThinkingbook #MondayMotivation #MondayThoughts pic.twitter.com/0DpfvxuZ4J — Shaun Tabatt (@stabatt) May 14, 2019 Now, when…
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