As the year winds down, the blogosphere overflows with nostrums on GTD (Getting Things Done) and plans for doing better next year. Life Hacker Gina Trapani’s new book offers 88 tricks to turbocharge your day. The book‘s on the web & free. If that’s not sufficient to turbocharge your day, permit me Continue reading RSS Triage
You are Iron Man
|Inventor. Businessman. Genius.
A couple of days ago I was delighted to receive this email:
On 12/20/06, Jimmy Atkinson
OEDb: Online Education Database has just named its Top 100 Education Blogs, and I’m pleased to inform you that two of your blogs made the list — Informal Learning Blog and Internet Continue reading Opaque origins
History is like the children’s game of gossip (also known as telephone). One child whispers a message to the next and so on, and by the time the message has passed through twelve heads, it bears no resemblance to that first whisper. History’s more garbled than that: historians always have an agenda. Continue reading Source material
The Institute of Neuroesthetics and The Minerva Foundation have opened registration for The Sixth International Conference on Neuroesthetics. It will take place at the Berkeley Art Museum on Saturday, January 20. Admission is free.
I know what you’re thinking. NeuroWTF? Neuroesthetics asks “What Continue reading The neuroesthetics of Love
Harold Jarche has infected me with the “five things you don’t know about me” meme.
- Before I realized I had ADD, I would open presentations at banking conferences with jokes like, “I had a miserable Thanksgiving with my folks. I meant to say, ‘Mom, please pass the mashed potatoes,’ but instead Continue reading Meme theme
1947, Palo Alto
2007, Ft. Belvoir
My father passed away peacefully this morning. He died at the age of 89 after a full life as an infantry officer, diplomat, and trusted financial advisor. He retains the distinction of being the youngest member of the General Staff in U.S. Army history. His death was not unexpected; it was a peaceful transition. Rest in peace.
Most people talking about Web 2.0+Learning come at the topic from the individual learning perspective, rarely from the organizational perspective, and almost never from both.
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Nick van Dam (right) is Deloitte Touche Tomatsu’s CLO, the world’s tallest man, and the founder of eLearning for Kids.
e-Learning for Kids is a global nonprofit foundation dedicated to fun and free online learning for children ages 5 – 12. The curriculum includes math, science, language arts, Continue reading eLearning for Kids