Reflections on what I value (December 2, 2004, 0) - - I love teaching. I love getting people to understand and appreciate
technology. I want to help people develop a sense of control over
their computers. I want them to be able to have fun while
programming, to see the creative side of technology. I also enjoy
exploring new ways of teaching, and I want to be able to
Getting Started with Quantified Self (May 21, 2012, 3) - How can you get started with Quantified Self? Don’t worry, you don’t have to build your own system or use fancy tools. You can start with pen and paper, and use a simple spreadsheet to analyze your data.
Even if you don’t start with a clear question, sometimes tracking data helps you see patterns.
Hacking my productivity (April 11, 2006, 0) - Still plugging away. Wow, I’ve been working on this for quite a while,
and I don’t feel too fatigued yet. Here’s what I tried:
Munch on things regularly to keep a good sugar level. I brought
plenty of apples and bananas, and I’ve been raiding the bread and
Drink plenty of water. This also forces me to get a
Book recommendation: The Ten-Minute Trainer (April 17, 2007, 0) - Bowman. 2005. The Ten-Minute Trainer. Pfeiffer.
Training shouldn’t be hour-long lectures that bore people who are more
used to television’s ten-minute chunks of content. The book The
Ten-Minute Trainer is full of ideas for quick one- and five-minute
activities that you can use in between chunks of content to connect
participants, introduce or reinforce what you’re teaching, and liven