24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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On ZURB over 1 year ago.
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Kim likens changing a culture to moving mountains. The metaphor is apt considering that companies all have their unique cultures that have been in place for years or more. Change comes slowly and there's usually resistance.

To combat this, Kim says that designers should figure out how best they can work within a given culture. She breaks down for of the common cultures as:

Adhocracy — no rigid processes and a little more loosey goosey in approach.

Clan — a focus on relationships …

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Kim likens changing a culture to moving mountains. The metaphor is apt considering that companies all have their unique cultures that have been in place for years or more. Change comes slowly and there's usually resistance.

To combat this, Kim says that designers should figure out how best they can work within a given culture. She breaks down for of the common cultures as:

Adhocracy — no rigid processes and a little more loosey goosey in approach.

Clan — a focus on relationships …

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On Alex R. Young over 2 years ago.
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…~/.vimrc . I also had to add set t_Co=256 and let g: Powerline symbols = ' unicode' ( Kim notes that setting it to fancy will work as well, and make better use of the patched fonts).

Changing Powerline symbols requires the cache to be cleared, so rm / tmp/Powerline.cache .

Now your vim should look like Kim's screenshots in the Powerline repository.

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On Alex R. Young over 2 years ago.
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Powerline documentation. When the author says set nocompatible and set laststatus=2 are required he means it, so add those to ~/.vimrc . I also had to add set t_Co=256 and let g: Powerline symbols = 'unicode' .

Changing Powerline symbols requires the cache to be cleared, so rm / tmp/Powerline.cache .

Now your vim should look like Kim's screenshots in the Powerline repository.

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By Jesse Robbins of Chef Blog over 2 years ago.
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…Change is always hard. It doesn't matter if it's actually obviously the far-better thing for you, because there's a kind of inertia that you have to overcome.

What I tell people to do, first of all, is rather than start from the top down and be really visible... I learned this lesson, actually, from one of my mentors, Kim Rackmiller, who another ex-Amazon executive. Kim, when I was explaining some of the frustrations I was having in getting things d

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By pete of Unspace Blog over 3 years ago.
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I met with Jaclyn and Kim from the Martin Prosperity Institute (think Richard Florida ) to discuss my vision for open data in government and in the world in general. I relayed several stories that hopefully clearly indicate that Data Literacy is an obvious way to make the world better.

They were composing a series of not-position-statements that identified issues which should be considered important going into Toronto's [terrifying] …

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On Unspace Blog over 3 years ago.
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I met with Jaclyn and Kim from the Martin Prosperity Institute (think Richard Florida ) to discuss my vision for open data in government and in the world in general. I relayed several stories that hopefully clearly indicate that Data Literacy is an obvious way to make the world better.

They were composing a series of not-position-statements that identified issues which should be considered important going into Toronto's [terrifying] …

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