Meet The New Google+: Simpler, Faster, Better

After using it for last week, I find, It's the same but not the same. The New +Google+ is fast, super light and highly responsive and yes as always is all about the stuff you're into and the people who get you. The focus is on the redesign, the bold colors, and the improved access to Collections... Continue Reading →

Education Resources Goes Online

You can now select a YouTube-related course through Pitzer College. But while a course about YouTube is surprising to some, the web is actually a treasure trove of education-related resources, including lots of video lectures, educational wikis and podcasts. The key sites for modern, web-based learning are outlined below - feel free to add more... Continue Reading →

5 Tips for Fast and Effective Learning

Fortunately, learning and learning to learn well, will always be one of the most valuable skills in your personal and professional life. My point is to start building these skills as soon as possible, preferably when you are still a student. Fast and effective learning is a skill for life and we could talk about... Continue Reading →

Five reasons for having contact page

A blog is a social device – a way for people to share an exchange of ideas and facilitate discussion. At least that’s what I thought until recently, when I was trying to promote an article. I was shocked at the number of blogs that provide exactly zero methods of contacting the owner. None! No... Continue Reading →

Why the 9 to 5 Office Worker Will Become a Thing of the Past

The Natural Productivity Cycle In your personal life, when attending to business or working on side projects, how often do you spend 8 consecutive hours in front of a computer? It doesn’t make sense because we lose the ability to concentrate effectively within a few hours. Everyone goes through alternating periods of high and low... Continue Reading →

Art of Innovation

1. Jump to the next curve. Too many companies duke it out on the same curve. If they were daisy wheel printer companies, they think innovation means adding Helvetica in 24 points. Instead, they should invent laser printing. True innovation happens when a company jumps to the next curve--or better still, invents the next curve,... Continue Reading →

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