The circumstances of an elder's passing recently got me thinking about how technology will change the future of healthcare.
Recently I took the leap of faith and signed myself up for an e-book reader. It was then I realized how badly the e-book industry needed an overhaul.
While adopting Agile may seem like a good idea, it might not always be the case if organisations do not understand what they're getting themselves into.
I took up programming recently, after having not coded for the longest time. And I rediscovered the benefits of learning to code.
A few months ago (goes to show how long this had been sitting in my drafts folder), I had the fortune of attending a seminar, and listening in to some of the most successful people in the eCommerce world (think Bulletproof Coffee, Helium 10, etc). They've built business empires worth millions, and now, charged an... Continue Reading →
According to eMarketer (Feb 2019), digital ad spend in the USA will overtake traditional ad spend for the first time, in 2019. As the race for digital dominance forges on, some might feel that digital marketing should be in a class of its own. It's true that the tools used are very different and a... Continue Reading →
Wow, it's been a while since I last posted anything. Closed out 2018 doing annual planning back at the company where I work for. What did you do to close 2018? And what are your resolutions for 2019? Few weeks ago, I stumbled upon an ad while doing a search on Google. It was so... Continue Reading →
As mentioned in my post previously, I had quite an unpleasant experience doing some eCommerce shopping some weeks back. As a busy working mom, I rely a lot on eCommerce sites to fulfill my needs. Some eCommerce sites I frequent extensively do need a facelift in terms of UI / UX but at least I... Continue Reading →
The thing about having children is that you're constantly amazed by their fearlessness, bad choices, and blatant lack of caution. While we parents (mothers especially) fret over the smallest things, imagine the worst and swift to eliminate any risk. I've since figured out that I need to put my risk management knowledge to use, and... Continue Reading →
For the uninitiated, this is a children's picture book written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. The book was published in 1985, some 30+ years ago. The story is about a hypothetical question on what happens when something is asked, and given. The mouse started with an innocuous cookie request to a boy,... Continue Reading →