Monthly Archives: June 2010
I really love using Kindle Desktop for reading ebooks on my netbook. The great thing is there are so many free books, and I don’t just mean old ones, that I think everyone should use it even if they never plan to buy a book, just to take advantage of the freebies. Free books: As […]
The idea of an ebook reader has intrigued me for a while. I wanted one to read my nonfiction on. I highlight my books, write in the margins and flag pages (gasp!) so the appeal for me was being able to search books and my notes fast and easy. I also read a lot of pdf reports […]
This 10 minute video is a great introduction to Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel Pink. I am a fan of his blog and his TEDtalk is one of my favorites and I definitely recommend the book.
Yes I let Janie talk me into this, what was I thinking? lol Battledecks represent the ultimate challenge for a public speaker as they are challenged to give a coherent presentation based on hand-selected, seemingly unrelated slides that they see for the very first time live on stage. This competition, often referred to as “PowerPoint […]
I have had several conversations lately about how to use Twitter and how to decide who to follow. I know everyone has a different methodology and goal when using Twitter. Here is mine. I have gmail filter, label and auto archive emails from Twitter and I go through them every week or so. Any of […]
My previous phone was a Pre, I’m so happy to see it go. If you follow me on Twitter or have seen me with it any time over the last year, you know how much I hated that thing. These are my first impressions of the Evo – the short version – I love it! […]