Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Eccentricity with Dr Mark - Blogsoma

This is the podcast I had found to share when I knew I would be unavailable to produce one myself. Here Dr Mark talks about our expectations of others behaviours. I often find myself confronted with others beliefs in how they expect others to re-act or behave to a situation. This can often be problematic and can cause us to limit or thinking. A solution to a problem may not be talked about simply because we believe we somehow know what others will say. The truth is we only deal/relate to our perception of individuals and the the true individuals themselves. If we really look deep into it we will find people don't really fit into all the boxes we make for them. Like Dr Mark states they oscillate. The irony here is change is the only thing that remains constant. Enjoy


Sunday, November 21, 2010


How to Iron a shirt

The other day I just bought some new dress shirts, so I figured I better learn how to start ironing, here's the video that helped teach me, hope you find it useful as well

How to Iron a Shirt -- powered by eHow.comStep 1: Find the tag on your shirt that indicates what it's made of

Step 2: Plug in the iron and set the dial to the recommended fabric. Some fabrics such as cotton require a high heat setting while others such as nylon require a low heat setting

Step 3: Add water to your iron. Distilled water is often recommend to keep your iron lasting a long life time

Step 4: Iron the collar, inside first and then the outside

Step 5: Iron the cuffs, again inside first and then the outside, be careful around the buttons

Step 6: Iron the sleeves, flattening them first to avoid creases

Step 7: Hang the shirt over the board so that one front panel can be extended flat, Iron from shoulder to shirt tail

Step 8: Rotate the shirt and continue along the back until your reach the other panel.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


On The Skills of Learning

There are several, implicit, principles which are of extreme importance to individual learning. I cannot speak for all people and in fact can only speak of myself. It is through these principles that I believe humans can evolve to higher levels of understanding and reasoning.



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Monday, November 8, 2010


Fixing Ubuntu Notifications

One of my favorite features of the Ubuntu (Linux) Operating system is the notify-send (also known as NotifyOSD). However in Ubuntu 9.04 and greater the notification window has moved. Here’s how to fix it so it works like earlier versions.

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Thursday, August 5, 2010


That'll learn ya - The Open University

Imagine if you could take any university course online..and for free.

Not possible you say? My imagination?

Open Learn systems provide free courses and tutorials on a wide variety of subjects.

Here's one you can check out for yourself. Happy learning.



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Friday, July 30, 2010


How Use Outlook and Sharepoint Meeting Workspaces Together

Often times, Microsoft gives multiple ways of accomplishing a task. In the early days of computing this was quite an "innovative" idea. Old DOS (TTY) software was plain text with a menu, and to accomplish a process required a certain precise set of steps.

Today, we no longer live in a "menu driven" world, this has it's benefits and it's liabilities and Microsoft Office / Sharepoint integration is no exception to this rule.

This tutorial is designed for people who use Microsoft Office and Microsoft Sharepoint and who want to make the most of a "Meeting Workspace"



Micorosoft Outlook Meeting Workspaces and Sharepoint

This tutorial is designed for people who use Microsoft Office and Microsoft Sharepoint and who want to make the most of a "Meeting Workspace"

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