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July 01 2015

aelena

LEARN MORE IN THE NEXT YEAR THAN THE PAST DECADE

A field guide to ruthlessly learn all the things. If half the battle is figuring out what to learn, the other half is how to learn it as fast as possible. Choose what you want to learn, and this collection of articles will let you take off at a sprint to get there.

October 07 2014

aelena

September 18 2013

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April 22 2013

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April 04 2013

aelena

Since I've mentioned a few times that I just learned JavaScript over the last few months, a bunch of people have emailed to ask what I used and recommend to learn it. So here's my experience and best advice for 2013.

NOTE: I wanted to really learn JavaScript - not shortcuts, quick tricks, or meta-tools that keep me from having to learn JavaScript. I want to learn it, get it, read it, understand it, and memorize it, so that I can understand all the other cool things written in JavaScript for years to come.

Learning JavaScript - my experience and advice | Derek Sivers

April 02 2013

aelena
Socialstructed learning is an aggregation of microlearning experiences driven not by grades but by social rewards.
The Future Of Education Eliminates The Classroom, Because The World Is Your Class | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

January 15 2013

aelena
I didn’t learn to make things because someone told me to or it was a job requirement. I could have done a credible job of what I was hired to do without ever delving into reporting or instrumentation myself, but I decided that I could do a better job and help the company more by learning to do some new things that I’d never imagined doing.
Learning to make things doesn’t have to be a big or intimidating undertaking – it all starts with a step. In my case that first step was adding something I copy and pasted from a vendor’s website. What will your first step be?
Why I learned to make things by Noah of 37signals

November 13 2012

aelena
Another large collection of Free Microsoft eBooks and Resource Kits for you, including: SharePoint 2013, Office 2013, Office 365, Duet 2.0, Azure, Cloud, Windows Phone, Lync, Dynamics CRM, and more.
Another large collection of Free Microsoft eBooks and Resource Kits for you, including: SharePoint 2013, Office 2013, Office 365, Duet 2.0, Azure, Cloud, Windows Phone, Lync, Dynamics CRM, and more. - Microsoft SMS&P Partner Community Blog - By Eric Ligman - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

September 17 2012

aelena

July 25 2012

aelena

He still believes four pathways could lead to the development of the Singularity by 2030:

  1. The development of computers that are “awake” and superhumanly intelligent.
  2. Large computer networks (and their associated users) may “wake up” as a superhumanly intelligent entity.
  3. Computer/human interfaces may become so intimate that users may reasonably be considered superhumanly intelligent.
  4. Biological science may find ways to improve upon the natural human intellect.
The Singularity and schools: an interview with Vernor Vinge | KurzweilAI

July 23 2012

aelena
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