Subscribe to literary classics with DailyLit

Subscribe to literary classics with DailyLit. Source: Welcome to DailyLit Last week I mentioned Serial Reader, and iOS app that drip feeds you a public domain classic every day. DailyLit brings you the same, but through your email. This may work better for your students, especially if they do not have iOS devices. One big difference between DailyLit and […]

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Learning hard things

In the real world, there’s no textbook or curriculum. There’s no way to practice. There’s no source of continuous feedback. There are no teachers — it’s just you and whoever you can convince to help you. So how do you learn something no one can teach you? How do you become a world-class expert on something few […]

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Archiving your digital life

To archive something to make sure it’s never lost, is important, but I have a different angle on shaving with your own Occam brand razor. Developing a process of managing all the stuff you create before it goes into the cloud, is not only about saving it from destruction, but more so, to make it […]

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Create your own Chrome homepage with iChrome

Create your own Chrome homepage with iChrome.   Source: iChrome – everything you use, in one place I’m a big proponent of setting up your computer to make you as efficient as possible. I currently use Start.me, but I also like having options. iChrome is another way to set up a customized home page. The quicker you […]

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