What is a False Flag?

The other day I watched a World War II documentary on internet TV. The story was about a British ship attempting to get past Nazi defenses by altering its deck profile and flying the Reichkriegsflagge or ensign of the Kriegsmarine – the German navy. As part of the rules of war, they had to switch […]
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Show, Don’t Tell: a writer’s and trainer’s mantra we can improve

As a young boy, my favorite part of Kindergarten (after milk and naps) was “show and tell.” I truly loved standing up in front of the class and showing them something I’d found, learned, or otherwise enjoyed. As a writer, trainer, and instructional designer, I learned to “show don’t tell.” Then I learned the Kindergarten […]
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How to Configure Linux for U2F Authentication

In my last post, I wrote about the benefits of U2F – Universal Two-Factor Authentication. Here are the three phases of installing it as the second factor on a Linux VM. For this article, I assume you have a Linux VM (or computer) configured with access to a USB port. I did this more as […]
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What Improv is and Why it Matters – Benefits

In my previous post on improv, I said about improv, “It requires thinking on one’s feet. More importantly, it requires working with the other actors in the scene — each player must be able to respond to and lead the others with lines and actions that enhance the scene and make it entertaining for the […]
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What Improv is and Why it Matters — Introduction

Lifehacker recently featured a post titled “How To Use Improv to Change your Life”; the post made me think how improv (improvisational theatre) had changed my life. Way back in high school I took a summer theatre class from a teacher who’d worked on Broadway. We did lots of fun activities that summer, but my […]
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