Leatherette repair (December 4, 2003, 0) - I need to find a way to touch-up the leatherette on my trenchcoat, as
it apparently got stretched beyond its capacity in some areas and
needs fixing. Same with my skirt, too.
That said, the leatherette’s much lighter than a corresponding leather
coat, so I still think it’s a good idea.
Hmmmm. I need to get conference wear.
substring completion — emacs (March 24, 2003, 0) - Le Wang mentions icomplete and mcomplete in reference to substring
completion in a March 4 post on the email@example.com mailing
list. Hmmmm. mcomplete doesn’t seem to be built-in, but icomplete’s
there, and it’s nifty. It’s like ido handling of buffers and files. I
Good presentation tips (June 22, 2005, 0) - Five Rules for Better PowerPoint Presentations (from Working Smart) is a great post on presentation skills. Here are his five rules.
Rule #1: DonÃƒÂ¢Ã‚Â€Ã‚Â™t give PowerPoint center stage.
Rule #2: Create a logical flow to your presentation. Better yet, tell a story.
Rule #3: Make your presentation readable.
Rule #4: Remember, less is more.
Rule #5: Distribute a handout.
eLearning conference (July 14, 2003, 0) - 2. Designing eLearning Courses for Higher Education
Patricia B Arinto
Number of participants: 30 people
In this one-day workshop, participants will mine the Web for
teaching and learning resources suitable for the courses they
teach, and design online learning activities that take advantage of
the Internet as an educational tool. A special focus of the workshop
is designing WebQuests. Participants will go