Okay, two Pink tunes, cuz I need you to understand how strong this woman is, in two completely different modes.
First, "There You Go".

Gotta tell you, when I sing this to the trees, swear to God they lean toward me.
Straight up, yo, no lie, that is wicked good.


Hold on.
Here's Pink, "Who Knew".

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14 Oct
A lot of companies do what they call "Scrum" or "Agile" which is actually a thing that should be called "Jira". Sadly, the Jira methodology is catalytic to any incipient fearfulness it finds in its host. It turns wobbly teams into paralyzed and unhappy teams almost without fail.
It makes me sad.
. . . a couple of addiitonal points, not targeted cuz I'm not really looking for a fight today . . .
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13 Oct
Marvin Gaye, "Let's Get It On".

I believe this is the greatest "fuck me" song in the history of ever.
Gaye had some songs that were better. And he is way way way too popped, cuz pop does "popping" shit.
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1 Oct
Here's Louis Armstrong, "West End Blues".

This is the thing that became jazz. Armstrong dint invent any of this. Nor did he ever define it. But this is the take that characterized the jazz that would dominate the 20th century.
The opening cadenza is what jazz players and some observers call, "watch this dude stand up on his hind legs and blow".
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30 Sep
...get your fucking hands up, get on out of your seats, all eyes on me, all eyes on me...
Burnham's "Inside" is a rather astonishing piece of art.

This Pomplamoose cover of one of the songs in it just blows me away. I've been replaying it for four days.

I think you might like this just as it is. But after watching "Inside", you'll understand how pivotal this song is to, really, an incredible piece of work.
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28 Sep
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27 Sep
As a person who has been successfully coaching software development teams for twenty years, let me throw out a few ideas to chew over. With luck, maybe one of them will jiggle the frame enough for you to find a next step.
1) Nothing, *absolutely* nothing, always works. There are thousands of forces in play in a typical team or organization, and many of them are inherently or ontogenetically anti-change. I vary my game a *lot*, and I have a lot of variants to offer. And I still lose all the time.
2) My dog Wally likes to lead, when we're out on Tiger Patrol. But he only occasionally knows where we're actually going. He finesses this by frequently checking to make sure that he's leading where we want to go. This is *primo* coaching practice.
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