Beiträge vom February, 2009

Four Principles of Interpersonal Communication

Tuesday, 17. February 2009 14:41

Read this, please! It will open your eyes in some way.
(Found this over Steven from Donell King.)
The Summary of the article are four points:

  1. Interpersonal communication is inescapable
  2. Interpersonal communication is irreversible
  3. Interpersonal communication is complicated
  4. Interpersonal communication is contextual

Sure not all are new to most of us, but be sure to read the explanations too. And next time you communicate you maybe think of some “side-effects” of your own communication.

And if you have read this article (and you understand german…) you maybe interested in this model from Friedemann Schulz von Thun.
Communication model

Image-Link from

Thema: Management | Kommentare (1) | Autor:

First Blog-Entry sent directly from Textmate

Monday, 16. February 2009 16:41

As some may already know Textmate is one of the favorite Texteditors on Mac. So it is my choice of Tools
when it comes to editing Text, write some fast code-pieces, etc.

So this is my first try to blog with Textmate. It has some simple Setup for your blogs, like:

# Blog Name URL

So, after I have set up my configuration, I could test it by trying to fetch some of my previous posts. Works great, so now for
posting something.
And guess what: If you could read this, it worked 😉

This is a Screenshot from the Blogging-Menu in Textmate:

Update 2
If you’re working with WordPress, be sure the Date is formatted like the following:

Date: 2009-02-16 16:27:35 +0100

The Date-bundle shortcut for Blogging in Textmate will give the following:

Date: 2009-02-16 16:36:22

So if you then publish, your post will be scheduled by WordPress because it appends your timezone, in my case:

Date: 2009-02-16 16:37:11
Date: 2009-02-16 17:37:11 +0100

So modify your Date-Entry in the Blogging-Bundle via Bundles -> Bundle Editor -> Show Bundle Editor according to this:
Date-Command in Blogging-Bundle

Thema: diesunddas | Kommentare (2) | Autor: