Yes, I’m going to take a moment to talk about other things on the site instead of staying on track. Today I wanted to share my favorite tea with you. Its Lipton’s Vanilla Caramel Truffle.
I love learning more about history and recently found a great History Channel series on Netflix that gave me a new perspective on our countries first tycoons at the beginning of the industrialized age; Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, Carnegie, J.P. Morgan and Henry Ford. Continue reading “History Channel: The Men Who Built America”
mEducation, Distance, Open & e-Learning in Higher Education & Enterprise
The MOOC’s market is exhibiting great potential to grow exponentially over the next few years. In 2015, the technology is poised to see substantial uptake due to the growing number of connected devices, high enrollment rates in MOOCs, the increasing acceptance of MOOCs based training in enterprises around the globe and the increasing demand for low cost, high quality and globalized education.
Consumer devices such as smartphones, tablets, wearable gadgets and eReaders are currently enjoying high adoption rates across the globe. With the ever increasing number of connected devices, MOOCs has the potential to disrupt higher education through widespread uptake of distance learning.
The overall verdict: The internet has been a plus for society and an especially good thing for individual users
Using Photoshop is overkill for some things you need to get done quickly. I’ve got a great alternative for you — Ribbet! (http://www.ribbet.com)
It is easy to use. Quick, and above all FREE! Definitely check it out and enjoy!
Living simply. For me it is the key to life.
Why? Because it frees up your mind to do the things you really love and stop worrying about the rat race.
Death. Inevitable. So live life like there is no tomorrow. Don’t covet things – treasure your family and friends.