Sep 122016
 

September 12, 2016

2:01:40 PM

Compressed Learning

Pick up to six topics or areas of interest. Each day there will be some learning and engagement with the areas you have chosen. You can even plan in an exercise period if you like.

You will be amazed at how much you can learn in these short bursts of time. Focus and interest make a huge impact on totality of what you learn.

2:04:34 PM

Apr 042016
 

http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-a-search-for-new-talent-has-shaped-american-science-1459522571?mod=WSJ_article_EditorsPicks_3

The Internet allows easy access to information at the frontiers of knowledge, and modern technology helps to put the gathering and analysis of data within the reach of modest budgets.

*Expanded opportunity for many more people. You can learn a lot with a very modest budget it you invest in Internet access and invest time exploring. 

May 142014
 

Learn by doing. Key point→ Doing.

Want to learn? You must do. That means knowing a general area you want to learn in. Once you know that. Do things in that area. What I want to learn … Digital publishing… you know, blogging. How do tools like MarsEdit and WordPress make things that used to be hard, difficult and expensive available to the masses? Let’s embark on a journey to see how this all plays out.

 

Participants vs. Spectators

 

You are either in the game or you are watching the game. There are lots of games and some you should be in and not just watching. Make some selections for where you will participate.

 

Notes: I wrote the Title partially before writing and finished it after writing. This writing and publishing is sort of like those 365 days of pictures things people participate in. This is also sort of like a New Years Resolution except that one can start anytime. And, I am starting now. Some days will be missed. Start right back up and keep going. Who know what will be learned and where it will lead.

Go Forward!

Nov 222013
 

November 22, 2013
2:09:46 PM

Found this in the highlights of a Kindle book I was reading.

“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”
Benjamin Franklin

Review your highlights from Kindle books at https://kindle.amazon.com/your_highlights

If you highlight too much of a text you will loose the ability to see the early highlights this way. I saved highlights to a personal Evernote file, one per book. That way if the highlights become inaccessable this way I have the early highlights already saved in a file I can review in it’s entirety any time I want.

2:12:58 PM

Sep 262013
 

iOS 7 Tech Talks – Apple Developer:

“Can’t make it to an event? We’ll be posting videos of the sessions shortly after the last event, so all Registered Apple Developers can take advantage of great iOS 7 Tech Talks content.”

*Great.

Apr 102012
 

 

Links:
Calendar – Calendar ID: 9ordokrrm72rr63pu02gfci2lg@group.calendar.google.com
This link should enable you to add this schedule to your Google Calendar.

Where did this idea come from? Below is a quick write up I did one night.
April 6, 2012
12:45 AM
Stanford iOS iTunes U class
Idea and Mission
To view 2 lectures per week… completed by 5 pm Sunday night.
To learn about iOS programming and app development.
To learn along with peers that will help keep you on track as you help keep them on track. This is no easy task. There are 43 video and lecture note files.
The master file list can be found at the following link. http://itunes.apple.com/itunes-u/ipad-iphone-application-development/id473757255
High numbers are the starting lectures and low numbers are the the end of the semester lectures.
Video 43 should be “1. MVC and Intro…”
Week and Videos
Week 1: Videos 43 & 41
Week 2: Videos 40 & 39
Week 3: Videos 37 & 35
Week 4: Videos 34 & 32
Week 5: Videos 30 & 28
Week 6: Videos 26 & 25
Week 7: Videos 23 & 21
Week 8: Videos 19 & 17
Week 9: Videos 16 & 14
Week 10: Videos 12 & 11
Week 11: Videos 9 & 7
Week 12: Videos 6 & 4
Week 13: Videos 2 & 1
Calendar created.
1:29 AM
Apr 052012
 

Udacity – Free Classes. Awesome Instructors. Inspiring Community.:

(Via www.udacity.com)

 

Supplemental learning, for life?

 

*Found in Reeder via a CrunchBase post update. Read about the AI class in a recent issue of Wired. iTunes U.