An Open Letter to my Students «Ideas and Thoughts →
Dear Students, Because of institutional requirements and societal norms, I’m required to give you a grade. This grade falls between 0-100 and in some way is intended to inform you and others how well you did in this course. The importance that number is given is appalling. While I do my best to provide you with some outcomes, indicators, rubrics and feedback I still feel my assessment of...
search by calories
i just went to try the new google recipe search, as reported in their blog: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/slice-and-dice-your-recipe-search.html but of course, it’s only available in the US (and Japan… not sure why just Japan got a guernsey) at the moment. it doesn’t really make sense to me why they don’t just roll it out internationally. they have the...
Think you can't dance? →
Choreographer Lucy Guerin is looking for untrained male dancers to be part of her latest show. If you think you can’t dance, then ‘Untrained’ is for you! It’s a professional, contemporary dance show featuring two entirely untrained dancers, and they’re holding auditions in Bendigo for you to be part of it. Acclaimed choreographer Lucy Guerin is behind this intriguing production, and as she...
i am not a fan of Tony Abbott MP. and i look forward to the next spill that sees a change in leaders of the Liberal party. it can’t be too long to wait for that to happen. the latest shameful thing he’s done is request donations from liberal supporters to help fight the proposed Flood Levy (which aims to support the QLD people in rebuilding their communities). clearly it would be...
options for documentation
like a lot of people (currently 6 million users), i’ve been using Evernote regularly for the last year or so. and it has improved in leaps and bounds over that time by introducing support for more platforms, creating shareable and editable notebooks, and plenty more. so far though, it’s been useful for my study purposes. but now i’m working in the hospital setting i can see...