The Jameson Diaries Blog

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Stop pretending to think…

… and start really thinking. I am talking, as you could take from my featured image, about Christopher Nolan’s movies and the effect they have on people. Nolan is a complicated creature. His movies are entertaining and brain-teasing at the same time, which I believe...

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When a franchise matures…

… or, why Furious 7 is making so much money in the box office. I remember compairing The Fast and the Furious to Point Break, one of my favorite action movies in my teenage years. It had the cool open discussion of the gray area between good...

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My case against Android

It’s funny how the littlest things might spark the strongest epiphanies in life. I was on my way to work today and connected my Jabra Revo Bluetooth headphone to my iPad for the first time in order to watch a movie. The fact that the...

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Deceitful movie score?

I take a lot from movie scores into as well as out of the films I see. Due to a teenage involvement with music or whatever the heck made me so, I am completely addicted to exciting movie scores (for the uninitiated, it’s the soundtrack...

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Giving up my personal Mac

Upon the imminent release of the iPad Air 2, I had decided it was time to retire my good old iPad 3. It was a BEAST in weight, with an amazing Retina Display at the time and we sure had a good time together. My...

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Delegate, Delegate, Delegate

As a leader, you are only as good as people you have the privilege of giving instructions to. This is a quote, my own I might add, that has been following me for some time now. I am a borderline workaholic. Better put, I am...

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Manipulation: follow up.

I really felt like my post regarding a sort of altruistic type of manipulation served as an introduction to a very interesting subject: There’s an urge inside all of us, especially service providers, to think that all your customers are either stupid or just plain unfriendly. I mean, my customers have often told me the same thing, since they are themselves offering support to a third party and often come across questions that defy logic.