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I’m going Interactive

Finally the computer technology has caught up with my vision, and I can finally teach.

The biggest reason why I’ve been lagging on my posts is because I’ve been trying to learn about Interactive learning environments.  Don’t get me wrong. I’m still learning, but I’m confident starting early 2008 I will have interactive classrooms for you to learn anything/everything you wanted to learn from me.

Stay tuned

14 Numbers to Program in your cell phone.

I found this post, and thought it’d be useful

Not so long ago, cell phones were reserved for society’s wealthy and privileged. Yes, carrying around that small suitcase only for the pleasure of spending $.50/minute to call your stock broker or nail salon – that’s what separated the haves from the have-nots.

Thankfully, those days have ended. Everybody and their freakin’ mother has a cell phone these days – and why wouldn’t they? They’re ridiculously cheap to acquire and use (relative to just a few years ago) and even the freebie models come with more features than a stock install of Windows 95™.

But, alas, there are a great many people walking around with their new iPhone waiting patiently in their pocket or purse that aren’t properly equipped to deal with a serious (or borderline emergency) situation! This is why I’ve compiled this list – these are all numbers that are in the phonebook of my RAZR as I write this – and I’ve had to call many of them, especially being a parent of small children.

So, if your cell phone has no other numbers stored in its memory, make sure it has these numbers:

  1. Local Fire Department – Because you may need them and it may not be enough of an emergency to call 911. Very good for those pesky cat-stuck-in-tree situations
  2. Local Police Department or Law Enforcement – Same reason as above.
  3. Nearby Hospital(s) – These are great when a loved one isn’t home hours after they said they’d be. A lot easier to have them preloaded into your phone instead of sifting frantically through the yellow pages!
  4. ICE (In Case of Emergency) – If you’re ever in an accident and are incapacitated or killed, the authorities who find you will likely look for this entry in your cell phone numbers (and call it). A spouse or relative capable of making decisions on your behalf would be best here.

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It’s a Whacky Wiki World

Wikipedia is my first stop for information. From there I branch out my research.

I know often my wife rolls her eyes and tell me “who knows who put that information there.”……

I’m with Seth Godin  on this. To me not using Wikipedia is like having a fully automatic camera and keep it in manual focus.