Figuring out your current career path and then how to "disrupt" it with all the new information you will acquire. Multiple exercises and worksheets are included to help you to navigate through the often complex and confusing path when considering a career change or starting one from the beginning.
Facebook has made numerous changes to their user interface of late, and one of the most reviled changes of them all were changes to the news feed and the introduction of the Ticker. Now, instead of seeing all of your friends’ posts, you only see a selected few (selected by Facebook of course) showing up in … Continue reading Why you should always ‘Like’ your own Facebook posts (article repost)
I have established a hashtag for this pursuit, so if you add #OpenED to your post on almost any of the social media sites, including WordPress, you will associate that content with this community project.
I’m feeling increasingly weary with—and disconnected from—the desecrated world created by homo sapiens. From the rapid demise of iconic animals such as orcas, elephants and giraffes, to the extinction of hundreds (perhaps thousands that we’re unaware of) species every single day, to unfathomable numbers of birds, fish and mammals being slaughtered, hunted and eaten into … Continue reading The Paradox of Awakening – Deb Ozarko
Today is the web’s 25th birthday. On March 12, 1989, I distributed a proposal to improve information flows: “a ‘web’ of notes with links between them.” Though CERN, as a physics lab, couldn’t justify such a general software project, my boss Mike Sendall allowed me to work on it on the side. In 1990, I … Continue reading 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web