The post covers the steps to start created custom SharePoint apps using Microsoft 365, for people, like me, that don’t have Microsoft Server installed at home and/or a Visual Studio license. The only requirement of this process is that you have a Microsoft 365 account with one of the following subscription plans:
This post is about Jim Paul’s book “What I Learned Losing a Million Dollars,” which I believe is one of the books in the Tim Ferriss book club. I found the first half of the book pretty unpleasant, reading about the egotistical protagonist. The second half is worthwhile, but I think only if you’re actively trading/investing… Continue reading How to Lose a Million Dollars
This post is based on an idea I heard on the Tropical MBA podcast (see also this article in Tech Crunch) nicknamed “SwaS” which, as a derivative of “SaaS” stands for “Software with a Service.” The idea is provide a service-based business leveraging software to improve the service speed, quality, or both. Here are spme SwaS ideas:
Things I’d like to deliver:
It is the Information Age, and everyday there’s more and more data out there being generated and collected. But how to get it?
Here’s some ways I might leave my comfort zone this week:
Some things I’d like to explore: What is the composition of the human brain that differs from animals, i.e. what makes us special? What is the effect of regulations on energy use? Freakonomics did a great podcast on this recently. US prison populations versus other nations. We need to be ashamed of this. Effect of… Continue reading Investigations and Research