I get asked about my favorite interview questions. Over the years, I’ve been compiling a list of my core questions into a master list. This makes it really handy when either prepping to conduct an interview as the interviewer or interviewee.
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The #HeForShe campaign reminded me of all the ways that men and women are not treated the same way — for better and worse. One area we can do better is the image advertising projects about how we are supposed to be. I posted a blog on image manipulation before with some good example. Here’s . . . → Read More: Image Manipulation, part 2
Educators are in constant search for more efficient and effective ways to advance student learning. Thus it is no surprise that educators have been interested in the often-quoted saying that:
10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see and . . . → Read More: Multimodal Learning
The President of the United States may be one of the most available people on the Earth. The POTUS’s entourage has many different type of communication gear – including people – to reach, inform and carry out orders. I’ve always viewed notes about POTUS vacations as a mere fact that the White House virtually moved . . . → Read More: Expectations of POTUS in “theater of crisis response”
If El Niño Comes This Year, It Could Be a Monster http://t.co/EftOZCUfxE A good read on all the pros/cons of #ElNiño impacts. #SMEM
— Keith Robertory (@krobertory) April 16, 2014
The Mercator Projection is the biggest myth about the Earth that we pass on (often unknowingly) to our children. OK, I don’t know if it is the biggest but it certainly builds the wrong perception of the globe.
The Mercator projection was originally designed in the mid 1500’s. A highly useful projection because it kept . . . → Read More: The Myths created by the Mercator Projection
Truth in advertising should extend to photo manipulation too. Here’s a few videos that highlight the point:
A great example of the power of Photoshop in the right hands.
Here’s an interesting (and honest) video from McDonald’s on their advertising: http://youtu.be/oSd0keSj2W8
Another one called “The Photoshop Effect”: http://youtu.be/YP31r70_QNM
And finally this . . . → Read More: Image Manipulation
Google Glass. It is so easy, even a kid can figure it out. This video shows the first few minutes that they were wearing the device.
Yesterday was the “big day”. I caught the train up to New York City to pick up my Google Glass. Yes, I’m now officially a Glass Explorer. It all started with one simple tweet:
#ifihadglass it would augment disaster workers with real-time info and capture what they see for shared knowledge… ala borg. . . . → Read More: Becoming a Glass Explorer