How to Teach Yourself Code Infographic - e-Learning Infographics
The How to Teach Yourself Code Infographic presents sources to help you decide what programming language is best for you and how you can learn from others.
5 Unbeatable Reasons Your Kid Should Be Coding
In a world driven by technology, the ability to understand and command computers puts you in the driver’s seat.
Use Google More Effectively: The Google Operators Guide [Infographic]
We write a lot about optimization, and how you can optimize your habits and routines to get more work done in fewer hours. Optimization is tricky because it's not about cutting corners or being less effective. It's about keeping the quality of your best practices high while doing them in a more optimized way. If you are an online marketer or anyone who likes online stats, this cheat sheet will help you use Google operators efficiently so you can extract more info in less time. If you don't…
LEGO Coding Activities For Kids (FREE Printables!)
Fun LEGO computer coding for kids! Technology is a huge part of our lives today. My son loves his iPad and although we monitor his use of it, it's a part of our home. We also love LEGO activities and have tons of fun building neat contraptions and gadgets with our bricks. We have played around with a couple of fun ways to do computer coding with LEGO® with and without a computer. FUN LEGO CODING ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS! LEGO CODING FOR LEARNING Computer coding with LEGO® is a great introduction…
Quality time, Soft Kitty, Jesus and Whores
I’m pretty sure that hanging out with Mom isn’t on my son’s top 10 list of fun ways to spend the afternoon, but that doesn’t stop me from trying to get one to one time with him. I do try to make the time we spend together enjoyable enough so that it’s NOT on his... Read more »
Excel Twitter 20141017
Have you committed any Excel crimes this week, or achieved a victory, even if it’s just a technical knockout? Thanks to Bill Jelen for his contribution this week! If you see any Excel tweets that should be included next week, please let me know – @ddalgleish on Twitter. One of this week’s tweets is about … Continue reading "Excel Twitter 20141017"