Archives for May 2005

How to abstain from saving too much

Useful arguments that may help to overcome a major personal information management problem. Read more…

30 May 2005 | PIM | No Comments

Trendspotter’s literacy prediction

“The end of the written word”, this is much food for thought. Read more…

26 May 2005 | Multimedia and Language | No Comments

Blog statistics

I assembled a little statistic of my previous postings. In 43 postings, I linked 82 times to 69 other blogs or pages, which belonged to 49 people. Of the 8 blogs I linked multiple times, 3 are female, 4 are male, and 1 mixed (M2M). Of the 37 links going to these, 18 went to women, and 19 to men. My blog map does not reveal a clear structure. Only that I like to link several times to the same posting, perhaps to link the same thoughts together in different contexts.

26 May 2005 | Misc | No Comments

Presentations potential

Many people use presentations which many people don’t like and which don’t leverage the potential of modern programs. But they are a compromise of two opposite styles. Read more…

7 May 2005 | Cognitive Styles | No Comments

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