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During the 1960s space race the U.S. needed a device that would write in zero gravity, so they spent a million dollars developing a nitrogen pressurized, tungsten tipped, pen. A marvel of calligraphical engineering. The Russians used a pencil.
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I have a small truckload of passwords Keepass is the one that many password managers Tech Geeks recommend Because the password database is on your computer not in the cloud, Keepass can be a bit fiddly if you use multiple computers. There is a work around using...
This article on designing on-boarding is worth a look a team thinking about buying a project management tool doesn’t want a project management tool. They want to be a well organized team that does good work and finishes it on time....
Have a look at Bill Thalheimer's Training maximiser. It is framed around workplace learning but there is a lot we can take from it as we look at how we support our students retain and use information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSjb4bQHeIQ