I just took a look at a David Pogue TED talk. David is a favourite speaker here in Southwestern Ontario. He’s keynoted the Western RCAC Symposium twice and helped shovel my car out of a snow drift once. (it’s all part of the deal of coming to London in December).
His tech talk is interesting. It’s titled “10 top time-saving tech tips“. Now, you’re a sophisticated computer user, right? I’ll bet you know all these tips. The bigger question is: Do you use these regularly? Is this the way you do business?
Now, think back.
Who taught you these tips?
How will students learn these productivity tips? Do you teach them? Do you at least model them?
- 60 Seconds With Pogue: Cellphone Billing (nytimes.com)
- Pogue’s Posts: An Easy Way to Capture Live Video of Your iPhone’s Screen (pogue.blogs.nytimes.com)
- David Pogue, New York Times: Put down the pitchforks on SOPA (nextlevelofnews.com)
- TED: David Pogue: 10 top time-saving tech tips – David Pogue (2013) (ted.com)
- David Pogue’s Time Saving Text Tips (digidame.wordpress.com)
- Because it’s Friday: Ten Tech Tips from David Pogue (revolutionanalytics.com)