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For those of you who are conducting webinars, please stop taking stupid polls. For some reason, most people think that this increases the engagement, but if you aren’t actually going to tailor/change the content of your presentation as a result of the poll, then all you’re doing is wasting five minutes ...

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I’m sorry if it appears that my website was beaten by the ugly stick, I assure you that it is temporary. I’m currently taking a deep dive in Rapidweaver, Stacks, and Foundry. I’ll have this blog backup very soon along with some additional commentary about web design and tools.

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I just read this inspiring article from Forbes about how Pfizer is fast tracking the development and manufacturing of a vaccine for COVID- 19. Of course, they aren’t the only ones working furiously for a treatment or vaccine. And while it is hard not to applaud the leadership and the uncharacteristic ...

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I rarely send out articles for people to read. There are two reasons:

  1. I don't want to give people 'assignments'
  2. So when I do, I hope they’ll warrant their attention.

I've been following Scott Galloway for years after discovering his weekly YouTube series on branding ...

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Last week, I read this excellent article on The Atlantic website covering all the intricacies and difficulties surrounding the coronavirus. And then when you look at the politics of it, I’m again reminded that logic itself is hard enough, but rigorous logic is even harder — numerators, denominators, ...

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The latest unemployment numbers just came in for the United States and we have now surpassed 30 million new claims over the past six weeks. And yet the one question that I don't hear anyone asking in all these reports is "Who is using this time to up-skill or re-skill?". Sure, I hear about ...

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I have been watching a lot of webinars over the past several weeks because of the coronavirus. And it amazes me how many people are really not very good at using this medium, despite its rise to prominence.

It isn’t like this medium hasn’t existed for years and that people haven’t figured out ...

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Many are noting the recent passing of Harvard professor and prolific author, Clayton Christensen. His seminal work was the Innovator's Dilemma, his well- researched and insightful treatise on disruption. However, I believe his most important work was Disrupting Class, a look at how the educational ...

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Last time, the "fans" were wrong, for reasons too numerous to recount here. This time, the critics...the same ones who delighted in the surprises and twists of The Last Jedi...are completely missing the point of The Rise of Skywalker.

Not that anything I say will stop the YouTube ...

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Last month, I took my son to see the new Terminator movie. It was his first rated R movie in a theater and he really enjoyed it. Personally, not only was I entertained for two hours, but I also got a sense of closure—something that I did not get from the previous three Terminator movies. Therefore, ...

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Most of my writings are about lifelong learning (how it must evolve in the 21st century and how to do it well enough so that we may reap the extrinsic and intrinsic rewards for doing so).

This blog is a place where I will publish my thoughts on how current events relate to lifelong learning as well as some other topics of interest. Also, I may share various incomplete or half-baked thoughts here as I rummage through my two million words of unpublished content to get them prepared for publishing over on Genius By Design (my primary website).

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