World Lecture Hall – free e-learning courses (October 11, 2003, 0) - http://www.utexas.edu/world/lecture/index.html
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Libraries (November 11, 2009, 2) -
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As I write this, my shelves hold 50 books from the Toronto Public Library (the maximum you can have out at a time), and I’ve placed holds on 46 more (four away from the maximum for that, too).
I really, really, really like libraries.
It’s a great improvement over standing in bookstores, trying to figure
Computer science resources (March 21, 2004, 0) - - Computer Science Teaching Center, http://www.cstc.org
- Computing and Information Technology Interactive Digital Educational Library, http://www.citidel.org
- National Science Digital Library, http://www.nsdl.org
Presentation experiment: Shy Connector, Six Steps to Sharing, and other presentations in March! (March 5, 2011, 1) - Slideshare’s new Zipcast feature nudged me to experiment with giving more online presentations externally. I regularly give presentations inside IBM using our Lotus Live Meetings service. Because of the usage charges, though, I haven’t gotten around to offering many externally-available presentations. I accept invitations to speak, but I tend not to organize things myself.
Virtual assistance: Process for managing my to-read books (May 16, 2009, 1) - I read a lot. Inspired by Mel Chua’s process for books: turning stocks into flows, here’s how I can ask a virtual assistant to keep my library account well-stocked:
Log on to http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca with my account. (Note: Make sure you use the account labeled “torontopubliclibrary.ca – *Sacha* (me)”, as there are two library cards associated with