Drop by Drop, and the First Principle of All Learning

I recently came across an article that I had saved a good while back, “Repetition is the First Principle of All Learning” by Robert F. Bruner (University of Virginia, Darden School of Business Administration).   I was originally interested in the article for its perspective and thoughts on classroom education. However, … Read more…

My Favorite Freeware, Part 2

================= KeePass (http://keepass.info/index.html)   Probably the most important utility that I use day-to-day.   KeePass is a Password Safe and Password Manager all in one.   If you’ve read my previous post about password security, you know how important this issue is to me.   KeePass helps tremendously by managing all of my … Read more…

My Favorite Freeware, Part 1

  Scribus — Desktop Publishing (http://www.scribus.net/) I mainly use Scribus for the internal layouts of my books.   It handles fonts, kerning, and linespacing quite well.   I also find its built-in PDF conversion options a real bonus since it has lots of output options.   This is especially important for POD distributors … Read more…