A Writer’s View: System Thinking

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) This Tweet got me thinking: Neat idea for a creative person, right?  Tracking their creative stages?  It’s a good example of a creative person finding a way to work with their inspiration … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: Pitches And Product

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) Lately Serdar was commenting on the use of pitches in our writing.  I tend to love making them, and he calls out my current work, “A Bridge To The Quiet Planet” which … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: Audience Interest

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr) One of the things I always worry about my return to writing is “will people want to read my work?”  My friend Serdar has analyzed this in one of his blog posts … Continue reading

Information Radiators, Refrigerators, And Hoses (My Agile Life)

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com, Steve’s LinkedIn, and Steve’s Tumblr) More on my use of “Agile” and Scrum  in my life!  This one isn’t quite as “life-directed” as my others, but the insights come from my personal work to be … Continue reading

My Agile Life: Overwork

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com, Steve’s LinkedIn, and Steve’s Tumblr) (My continuing “Agile Life” column, where I use Scrum for a more balanced and productive life continues). Uhg.  So as you know from my blogging about agile techniques, I’ve been getting overloaded.  I’m … Continue reading

A Writer’s View: Complexity And Convolution

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr – and hey, think this should go on the Sanctum too?) Working on “A Bridge To The Quiet Planet” is interesting as in some ways it’s very complex, a tale of a world … Continue reading