Carter Maslan

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  • Blog Post: Mimi is on the Map

    My therapist wife Mimi is literally my exact opposite on the Myers-Briggs personality type test. I think one of the reasons she’s so good at what she does is that she’s very grounded – results-oriented with a pragmatic assessment and prioritization of things needing immediate attention. She completely...
  • Blog Post: So there's "marketing" in my blog - is that so wrong? :)

    I'm one of Craig's email readers that said "Craig, why don't you blog?" I'm also one of those bloggers whose posts Craig may characterize as a "thinly veiled marketing or agenda-furthering." Hey, good marketing is all about accurate information exchange that educates both product teams and customers...
  • Blog Post: Fun Evangelism Jobs in Communications, Media and Entertainment

    Check-out these open positions - I've worked with people on this team - they have fun jobs - music, movies, phones... great scenarios on great technology.
  • Blog Post: Cassini is Everywhere

    Under my hotel room door today was a front page photo of Saturn from the Cassini spacecraft. Given that the ongoing stream of spectacular pictures from Cassini has been greeted with such anticipation, and has generated such excitement, I wish I’d included Cassini in the Longhorn Higher Education...
  • Blog Post: The Man Behind the Curtain

    First I laughed, then I got scared, then I started thinking when I saw David's office as he's preparing for a keynote demo . Look at that picture. He's got to ship all those machines to the event just because we can't guarantee 100% that we'll have a great broadband internet connection at the venue...
  • Blog Post: Why Developers are Great People

    As my teammates are scrambling late into the night to finish a prototype for tomorrow morning, I’m struck by why I love developers. We’re optimists at our core. I mean, have you ever met a developer that, committed to a vision of what’s possible, didn’t *want* to think that s...
  • Blog Post: This “To Do” List Dwarfs Longhorn’s :)

    You’ve got to admire the ambition of prioritizing the world’s problems – literally. Copenhagen Consensus seeks to create the grandest “To Do” list ever by assembling economic specialists to rank opportunities to tackle The 10 Most Important Challenges . Software PMs humbled...
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