Monthly Archives: March 2012

Articulate Hyperlinks: What I Learned Thursday 3/29/2012

I’m working in Articulate today. I had a course that has 15 slides – 6 of which are videos. On slide 6, they get to choose which video they want to watch. I had placed hyperlinks to the appropriate slides, … Continue reading

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Gotta Stop to Start: What I learned Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Woo-hoo, I’m on a roll! 3 blog posts in 3 days! Ok, so what did I learn yesterday? I had a to-do list, and my goal was to focus on Single Focus (working on a single task at a time) … Continue reading

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Single Focus: What I Learned Tuesday, 3/27/2012

As promised yesterday, I am committing myself for the next month or two to doing a daily blog post. And sending it out pretty much first draft. My goal is to record what I’ve learned each day. I want a … Continue reading

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Dedication to Blogging

I’m in the process of reading the book Organizations Don’t Tweet, People Do: A Manager’s Guide to the Social Web by Euan Semple. In Chapter Four, the theme is all about sharing knowledge. I’ve never thought about it, but what … Continue reading

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