Monthly Archives: June 2014

End to blogjune 2014 a couple of shout outs & restructure of my library

I quite liked @datalibsam last post  and her thanks again to Con Weibrands (@flexnib) for organising  #blogjune and all the other participants for inspiration along the way.  I had a go at looking  at my stats but got confused by … Continue reading

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Dinner party for friend doing Amnesty International Trek the Inca Trail for Human Rights

Went to a South American dinner party run by  a friend who is participating in an Amnesty International Trek the Inca Trail for Human Rights 44 kilometre walk in Peru   His charity fundraising page  He has always had an interest … Continue reading

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Morning ride and the lost keys.

On return from my bike ride  with my mates which incredibly has now been three weeks in a row when the weather forecast has been very dubious and so with fear and trepidation heading out to just do ride from … Continue reading

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Enhancing Learning and Teaching with Mobile Technologies

I went to a really interesting session by Jon Landis, Development Executive with Apple, Inc.  with the title Enhancing Learning and Teaching with Mobile Technologies. He talked about his life journey originally training and then teaching as a Chemistry high … Continue reading

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Everything electronic is vulnerable

Back in the olden days of 1990 I still recall a library lecturer teaching and telling us that everything electronic is vulnerable so back it up!  We all know it.  We all teach it.  We all say it to the … Continue reading

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4 Myths About Multitasking

4 Myths About Multitasking via @2machinescom Myth #1: Multitasking Is a New Phenomenon Myth #2: You Can Multitask Most Anything Myth #3: Multitasking Makes You Efficient Myth #4: Multitasking Can’t Hurt Multitasking has been around since we’ve been able to … Continue reading

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Sunday ride memories and 2005

I awoke early to get ready to ride with my friend.  I tweeted for awhile and connected with a biking mate in a northern state.  He was awaiting for it to warm up a bit.  I said it won’t warm … Continue reading

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