Monthly Archive for July, 2011

US IT Graduates

More and more computer science majors at U.S. colleges are opting not to take programming jobs after they graduate. Not because they don’t want to work in the computer industry, it’s just that they want to spend a few more years in America before having to move to India. Sorry, I couldn’t resist. That’s not […]

Frustrated With School?

One of the ironies of the world is that in under developed countries, young people are dying to get to school – in some cases that’s literally true. I don’t want to get on a political soap box because that’s not what this blog is about. Others can do a much better job of promoting […]

Learning Paradigms Video

This incredible video was sent to me by Ray Keefe of Successful Endeavours in Melbourne, Australia. What amazes me about it is how so much information can be captured in such a short period of time in such a compelling and dynamic way – its’ absolutely mesmerising don’t you think? It’s why my MindMapping course […]

Math Test Joke

Little Joe walked into his dad’s study while his dad was working on the computer. “Dad,” said Joe, “Remember when you told me you’d give me twenty dollars if I passed my math test?” Dad nodded.