“If challenged, test fans often quote the late Dr. W. Edward Deming, the world-famous quality guru who showed Japanese companies how to build better stuff than anybody else. In his book, “The New Economics,” Deming wrote, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.”
Here’s the whole sentence as he wrote it: “It is wrong to suppose that if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it — a costly myth.”
nardove : computer artist enthusiast “This is my personal space where I share my adventures and experiments within the fields of interactivity, generative visuals and computer graphics, I do it as a hobby and somehow never seem to get enough of it 🙂 “ tags: weekly computer play programming art These Misconceptions Are Keeping School in the 1960’s | ThinkThankThunk “The most important thing about BIG is that we know we’re wrong. We don’t know what a student should know. We can’t predict the future. When working with a group, we allow the needs of the group to dictate the instruction and curated content we provide in response to the need. This has two effects: I like my job and am happier, and the students are never hidden from the planning of learning. “ tags: learning education student weekly My Bathroom Mirror Is Smarter Than Yours — Medium tags: diy mirror smart iot weekly The Zeigarnik effect: the scientific key to better work – Sandglaz Blog “A study published in the Journal of Personality in 2006 showed that the Zeigarnik effect is undermined by reward expectancy. The study had subjects working on a task, interrupting them before the task was finished. While one group of subjects was told that they would receive an amount of money for participating in the study, the […]
She stole another’s identity, and took her secret to the grave. Who was she? | Local News | The Seattle Times “The strongbox was Lori’s. For years, she kept it tucked in a bedroom closet, among a long list of items her husband, Blake Ruff, knew he was never to touch. Blake being Blake, he obeyed. Lori died in 2010. That’s when Blake’s relatives found the box. Its contents told an astonishing story: The woman they knew as Lori was someone else entirely. She had created a new identity two decades earlier.” tags: identity secret writingprompt english weekly Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
Norman O. Dawn Collection “Norman O. Dawn (1884–1975) was a relatively obscure yet historically significant early special effects cinematographer, inventor, artist, and motion picture director, writer, and producer. He worked with many important film pioneers including Mack Sennett, Carl Laemmle, Irving Thalberg, and Erich von Stroheim. The Dawn collection features 164 display cards that illustrate over 230 of the 861 special effects Dawn created in more than 80 movies. Also present is a small amount of manuscript material, including correspondence, drawings, and reminiscences. “ tags: special effects notebook documentation fx weekly Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.