Blog Posts - Openness



3 levels of PLM openness

Monica Shnitger article Openness — will you know it when you see it? made me think again about PLM and openness. The article brings two important reasons why openness is important. It is about sustainability and interoperability. The followin...
by Daily PLM Think Tank on May 16, 2016

Vulnerability: Make It Personal

“Vulnerability is the only bridge to build connection.” This line from Brene Brown’s TED talk on the power of vulnerability always sticks with me. While the idea of showing vulnerability can raise our blood pressure, it undeniably creates conne...

Vulnerability: Make It Personal

“Vulnerability is the only bridge to build connection.” This line from Brene Brown’s TED talk on the power of vulnerability always sticks with me. While the idea of showing vulnerability can raise our blood pressure, it undeniably creates conne...

Where to live in London based on your personality

Traditionally we tend to decide where to live in London based on convenience, your income, property prices, transport and crime figures. However, there is a now a new way of searching for the perfect area to live in London. New research has discovere...
by Moving to London on Jan 27, 2015

How to forget ODBC and Rethink PLM Data Openness?

One of the most popular topics in engineering (but not only) software ecosystem. Open vs. Close. I’ve been discussing it many times – Open vs. Closed PLM Debates, PLM and New Openness, Closed Thoughts About PLM openness and few more. Ther...
by Daily PLM Think Tank on Apr 12, 2014

Focal Point

The expression is to see the forest for the trees. Applying it to our spiritual lives means that we focus on the results while being oblivious to the big picture, that being we are part of the story of which God is the author. Take Abram and Sarai as...
by Choose to Trust on Feb 18, 2014

A Question About Worship and the Church

An interesting tweet rolled through my timeline this weekend. It said that “71% of the city of Austin would decline to come to a worship gathering”. Putting aside the veracity of the statistic, my response was why should this be shocking?
by Choose to Trust on Nov 14, 2013

Narrative Therapy

When I first became a Chaplain I did not know that part of my role was to provide “narrative therapy”. I do this in many shapes and forms but the basis of this therapy is telling stories. Yes, I enjoy telling stories, but there is always a purpos...
by Padres Ponderings on Sep 30, 2013

Sewage Pipe or Treasured Gift?

For several years before I began dating my (suspected OCPD) ex, my tabletop Goddess fountain was one of my favorite pieces of ?art? ?soul-nurturing?The symbol of a female figure as a constantly renewing spring of life-giving water, inspiration, abund...

Excel Kingdom and Thoughts about PLM Data Openness

Data is a fascinating topic these days. The amount of data is growing and it raises lots of concerns on both – consumers and business sides of the world. Last week I’ve been blogging about web data common project. Openness is another inte...
by Daily PLM Think Tank on Jun 18, 2013

Radical Openess – Don’t Be Afraid

Release your ideas freely and set your life free. An excellent illustration how executed ideas transform our lives and the communities we live in. This video by Jason Silva is brilliantly made. He talks about the birth of an idea … Continue rea...
by JON-MICHAIL, The Imagemaker on May 15, 2013

Privacy Contrasts with Startling Openness in Thai House

A private oasis of a top-floor bedroom and a master bathroom with a glass wall facing the swimming pool are the two main contrasting features of Wonderwall House, a split-level residence in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Designed by local architecture firm Si...
by Best Environment Design on Apr 13, 2013

Chinese state-run newspaper accuses Apple of lacking openness

The People's Daily newspaper has slammed Apple's behavior in China, accusing the company of being "empty and self-praising" in the way it has shrugged off customer complaints and refused journalists' requests for interviews. The paper's comments, as...
by Pc Tech World on Mar 26, 2013

Are Magic Mushrooms Beneficial?

A 2011 study conducted by John Hopkins University School of Medicine has found that as little as a single dose of magic mushrooms can increase the ‘openness’ trait. According to study leader Roland R. Griffiths a single dose of psilocyb...
by Cognitive Consonance on Feb 2, 2013

Facebook Slams Twitter: Stonewalling Spurs Social Media Melee

Social media just got more interesting as Facebook stonewalls Twitter’s Vine application from integrating with its own platform. This sparring match first began when Twitter blocked Instagram links from opening directly on its site. Now irked, Face...
by TechSling on Jan 28, 2013

To Share...Or Not To Share?

Last week I wrote a blog post...okay, okay, I kind of wrote a blog post as the majority of it was a copied and pasted email from my gorgeous husband, Matt, telling me how much he loved me etc. I hold my hands up...I was a lazy blogger! Anyway, after...
by SAHM Loving It on Jan 21, 2013

Rest Your Weary Mind

An enigma; hidden, secret, filled with questions, and their answers rare. It seemed there would be no satisfaction, and with …Continue reading »...

Rest Your Weary Mind

An enigma; hidden, secret, filled with questions, and their answers rare. It seemed there would be no satisfaction, and with …Continue reading »...

Choice of Profession, Follow Parents or Choose Your Own (2)

Parents today must follow the development in order to gain insight as a profession continues to grow. Parents must be willing to listen to children. That’s where the importance of establishing good communication with your child so that there ar...
by Learning Science Books on Dec 14, 2012

How to prevent PLM and Data Openness Collision

Two words today are raising lots of discussion and controversy – Data and Openness. We live it everyday by hearing about different "data transparency" events and news. Google, Mobile, social networks, cloud- data is leaking everywhere.
by Daily PLM Think Tank on Nov 14, 2012


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