21st February 2002 - Researching Bill Gates and more...

I spent some hours reading Jeanne M. Lesinski's biography of Bill Gates. This book gave me useful insight of Bill Gates which I will add into my article. It also made me remember that I once wrote an email for Bill Gates, I actually think that this might be a nice small story for my article. The work goes on...

On a personal note, I have eliminated the "DBA" on this site, the reason being that I think I am leaning slightly more towards a PhD rather than a DBA due to the focus on research of the PhD. I am not 100% yet, so I will leave this site a Doctoral one for now.

Yesterday, while chatting with my good friend and colleague, Hans-Christian Møller, TARGIT SVP of Sales and Marketing, I came over an exciting idea for my next course: I will probably do an article of "Nielsen on Design", however I think it might be exciting to do field research in which I will try to balance "Look and Feel" with "Usability" more of this later...

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