Brain Activity

How Teaching Makes Me A Better Entrepreneur

I teach anywhere from 3hrs-12hrs/week year-round in a trio of graduate certificate programs at a Toronto-based public college. The random collection of hours is the life of contract faculty. But after 10 years of it, I’ve gotten into the rhythm of each term. As much as I enjoy teaching, it does take away hours and cognitive energy from working on Sticky Brain projects. And I’m not hunting out a full-time ...
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Staying Current

One of the cool things about Sticky Brain is that, because we are fairly lean, we have a lot of opportunities to try new things. Need that logo flying around? Well, we can hire someone, or we can try it ourselves with the tools we have available. Quite often we have the flexibility to try and learn something new that we can then use in future projects, and at the very least we can know enough to hire great ...
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Kids and Technology

Way back in the 1990s, I was lucky enough to work at TVOntario when there was still a lot of in-house production. Current Affairs, Science, Health, Arts, and of course a diverse Children’s department made a lot of television that lives on in the memories of many people around the world. The Children’s unit had a wealth of experience, experienced educators and some of the most talented craftspeople I’ve ...
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