More MOOCs in the Media (I think I’ll stop now)

The unseemly clamor around xMOOCs in the media continues. On my various Higher Ed eLearning feeds I have counted 23 articles in the last 2 weeks. Rather than list them here is a very rough summary Surprise, surprise, MOOCs actually cost much more money and take much...

Problems transcoding a skipping VOB file

I know this is not going to apply to many people, but for those it does, this is gold (or at least it was for me). I have a VOB file from a presentation I gave on presentation skills, unfortunately the file I received was in the wrong resolution (4:3 instead of 16:9)...

MOOCs in the Media Update.

More xMOOC excitement.  Here is the reportage from just the past twenty one days.   We’re starting to see more reasoned information as the “me too” hype is begining to be replaced by reports of  actual experiences. Universal Studios 1985 The Dawning...

Maximise and manage your free online storage

Three years ago this article would have made no sense, but with the expansion of free online storage services it’s quite possible to have access to 6 GB of storage and not even know it. The first thing to do is decide if you need all these accounts.  I primarily...