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Literature and Latte

Literature and Latte

Using DEVONthink for Course Management « parezco y digo DEVONthink is an extremely powerful and adaptable database program that has significant potential for qualitative researches across the humanities. It’s ability to store and connect discrete bits of information, from the quickly jotted idea to pdfs of articles, books, dissertations (many of which can now be downloaded directly from UMI), and the like, is in my experience unparalleled in either the Mac or Microsoft worlds. Your mileage may vary, but that has been my experience. Last Fall I wrote a series of posts documenting what was then my digital workflow, and which utilized DEVONthink Pro Office 1.5. As many of you may now, since those posts were originally written, Devon Technologies has been putting the long-awaited DT2.0 through extensive public beta testing. One of the cool things about DT2.0 is the ability to have open more than one database at a time– and indeed this feature has substantially changed some of the ways I use the application. RSS Feeds of Student Blogs and,

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Ausgabe 13: Was sind Deine/Ihre besten Apps for Learning? (Mai10) - WissensWert Beiträge Marcus Ostermann (studiGADGET) plädiert für 1) Google Docs/ Calendar, 2) Skype und 3) Tweetdeck (siehe Kommentare).Boris Jäger bedankt sich beim WissensWert Blog Carnival für die Vorgabe und fragt auf Xing nach den “Top 3 Wissensmanagement-Instrumenten”. Warum nicht? (hier)Helge Städtler (Thetawelle) wünscht sich eine Kombination aus Fotos und Notizen. Wer kann ihm helfen? (siehe Kommentare)Ellen Trude (training-konzepte) listet nicht nur auf (Twittelator, Read it Later, To Do), sondern gibt uns tiefe Einblicke in ihren “App-Alltag” (”Was sind die besten “Apps for Learning”?”). Kommentare bis Juli 2010 Robert Hohmann on May 5th, 2010 at 6:42 am [edit] Meine Favoriten “Apps for Learning”: 1. Meine Apps for Learning – WissensWert Blog Carnival Nr. 13 | KOMA medien on May 10th, 2010 at 10:19 pm [edit] [...] Max on May 11th, 2010 at 9:40 am [edit] Ich verwende 3 Apps zu lernen. Hier helfen mir auf den Karten solche Akrostichons (nennen die sich so?) Meine drei Apps zum Lernen: Helge, 1.

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Dr Max Gerson discovered a natural cure for cancer - The Beautiful Truth Since I was a child I never really liked hospitals, they always seemed to be blood sucking people for money sort of speak. I just hated getting vaccinations all the time, which I felt wasn't really necessary to get injected into our blood streams year after year. I always felt like something was wrong with certain things in life as a whole when I was young, and especially with the foods my mom use to purchase from the store. After eating I always seemed to get tired, and had less energy after finishing my meals. I grew up watching the nature program, and felt like I should have had high energy like the animals did on TV. For some reason throughout my youthful years, many people keep trying to tell me that we are human beings and shouldn't have such high levels of energy, but I never bought into it all. I never believed those folks when it came to that, sort of trying to brain wash me into believing what they believed to be true, and many other superstitions as well.

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