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Managing Information

Honestly there are some days that I wish I could just stop trying to “figure it all out” and just learn how to “BE” in the eastern philosophy sense of the word.  But I don’t think that’s what I was … Continue reading 

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Freedom of Context (Part 1… to be continued)

When I first entered the web development scene several months ago, everywhere I turned I read that, “Content is King.”  This may well be true because, after all, the content is your message – it’s what you are sharing with … Continue reading 

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Stepping Stones or Stumbling Blocks: Obstacles for Immersive Learning Simulations

I had an 8th grade teacher once tell us that all obstacles in life can be viewed as stepping stones or stumbling blocks.  Meaning we can either trip and fall over our problems or we can use them as tools … Continue reading 

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