Tag Archives: Bill Westerman

The Productivity of Fewer Choices

By | June 5, 2006

I liked this piece switching by Bill Westerman on utilware about switching over to a Mac. What caught my eye were his points about the productivity of fewer choices: You’ll be amazed at how few things there are to modify I was the ultimate tweaker in Windows – registry entries, options menus, toolbar buttons – and was taken aback… Read More »

Wine By Wi-Fi

By | August 18, 2004

The Wine Spectator Online (via Boingo Wi-Fi Insider) reports that a Sonoma, CA, vineyard is using Wi-Fi to monitor growing conditions at their site: The system uses 40 wireless units on existing trellising posts around the 30-acre vineyard fitted with sensors that measure microclimate data such as soil and air temperature and moisture content, rainfall and leaf wetness.… Read More »