In my final bath of the year, I finished reading Sketching User Experiences by Bill Buxton, an inspiring book on the spirit of design and how innovation really works.
Buxton quotes T.E. Lawrence’s Seven Pillars of Wisdom:
On December 12, I turned over a small package to DHL in Berlin for delivery to Berkeley. When it had not arrived ten days later, I entered the tracking number I received in Berlin. No such number. The carton arrived December 29, yesterday. Happy Belated Christmas, everyone!
My package appeared to Continue reading DHL
Check out this awesome history of corporate education from Eileen Clegg:
“Ongoing project with IFTF and Global Learning Resources, 4 X 12 foot graphic map documenting corporate education over 120 years in historical context, leading to a forecast through 2010″
Google nGram viewer shows the frequency of words in books over time.
Frequency of social, informal, training, and learning over the last century. Live view.
Never heard of these guys, but if I’m ever in the market for a Taiwanese milking machine, I’ll keep them in mind. Email:
subject Hong Guan Machinery Wish You a Happy New Year
Thanks very much for your great support, we are a company with 52 years experience in dairy, drinks equipment Continue reading Inscrutable marketing
My work is what I want to do in life. I have no work/life balance. I have work/life equality. I just designed a two-sided business card to communicate that Jay Cross the person and my work with Internet Time Alliance are two sides of the same thing.
Please note the new phone number for 2011. The Continue reading Work/life balance
Jonah Lehrer has written some great articles lately on the believability of science and credibility of knowledge. We should be incorporating his thinking in our approach to all of educational reform, not just how people learn science.
See The Mysterious Decline Effect in Lehrer’s blog, The Frontal Continue reading Pssst: The Emperor Has No Clothes