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Liz Keogh
Lean/Agile consultant, speaker, blogger, poet, fantasy author, pattern hunter, complexity thinker, free will skeptic, Londoner, BDDer, still Goth.
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Ron Jeffries Nov 16
P.S. Bite me autocarrot
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Liz Keogh Nov 16
Replying to @AnthonySteele @Ryanair
Yep. We were talking about that, and it reminded me of this.
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Liz Keogh Nov 16
Just sharing this awesome Portuguese anti-racism advert, again. < 1 min.
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Marianne Duijst Nov 15
Gitte Klitgaard's powerful and personal keynote 'Feeling Safe to Be Uncomfortable' at leading into such a remarkable & supportive Women & Allies session tonight. Thank you . I am so proud of you.
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Daily Stoic Nov 15
“You act like mortals in all that you fear, and like immortals in all that you desire.” Seneca
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ian bremmer Nov 13
Getting easier to tell the difference between the Democratic and Republican parties:
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Liz Keogh Nov 15
Thank you :) Yep, that's one of mine.
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julie pagano Nov 13
::screaming:: Most of the women engineers I know are badasses despite this bullshit. IMAGINE HOW MUCH MORE AWESOME WE’D BE IF WE COULD RECLAIM THE PARTS OF OUR BRAINS WE WASTE ON MAN-PLACATING EMOJI LEVELS.
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J On The Beach Nov 13
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Liz Keogh Nov 13
Replying to @t_magennis
That's a vast improvement from when I was last there then :)
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
(I'll RT something a bit later once reviews start coming in rather than worrying about correcting it now ;) Cheers!)
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
Yes, I did mean 2019. Thanks Ann. Don't abuse your time machines, people. You forget which decade it is, let alone which year.
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
Replying to @t_magennis
Troy, I'd love to help review the Data and Metrics track at Agile 2009. I have spare time from 5th Dec to NYear, then more end Jan? If that works please mail or DM me. Deliberately making this public so that new (particularly female) speakers can see it; please feel free to RT.
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Brian Marick Nov 12
Just stumbled across something I wrote about voting machines twelve years ago. Sad that nothing's changed: the machines are still crap.
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
Replying to @t_magennis
Troy, I'd love to help review the Data and Metrics track at Agile 2009. I have spare time from 5th Dec to NYear, then more end Jan? If that works please mail or DM me. Deliberately making this public so that new (particularly female) speakers can see it; please feel free to RT.
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Emily Suvada Nov 12
Saw a comment about me from someone who hasn't read my work bemoaning "non-STEM people" writing scifi. I get this assumption a lot, and usually delight in casually saying that in fact I studied theoretical astrophysics, and what did THEY study? But I feel differently today...
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Dictionary.com Nov 12
Superhero. Noun. A hero possessing extraordinary, often magical powers.
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
Waterfall for instance might not be nutritious, but it's possible to tweak it to get some vegetables, pulses etc. (or retrospectives, stand-ups, visualization) in there and get people used to how it feels to eat a bit more healthily before going all-in Agile vegan cleansing diet.
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
I think the problem with our Agile cooking recipes is that the people who know how to cook get it, but it's passed on to people who've never cooked that kind of food before, and those people cook for other people too. I like to find what they *can* cook, instead, and improve it.
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Liz Keogh Nov 12
If I know how to cook something, the recipe is a heuristic: "Roughly this much for roughly this long, but I'll know if it's going wrong." If I don't, it's a set of rules / instructions to follow. Giving heuristic recipes to me, a novice cook, would be mostly bad.
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