https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q6a6g-d823f6 Why is music so powerful? How can it be socially transformative? Alex Ven is back to talk about the research he’s done for his upcoming book. Alex Ven is a musician, producer and DJ based in London, Ontario. Self-taught on drums, guitar and various programs such as Ableton, he loves to see how music […]
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-v6hkc-d81bcb Seventy days into lockdown in Wuhan, Mark Henshaw, Canadian ESL Teacher (and all-around epic human being) talks about the COVID-19 virus, what life has been like, and what we can expect going forward. That, plus how online learning is changing the world, and how we’ve come together as a species to make the best […]
This morning I recorded a quick video demonstrating how to record PowerPoint slide narrations with animations.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q46ej-d787bc Frances Hickmott is a Self-Leadership keynote speaker, author and mentor and is the founder of the Global Self Leadership Summit. You can find her online at francesfound.com and on LinkedIn.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-wh6ex-d787af Michael Doyle is a speaker, author and clarity coach. It is his divine mandate to empower others. He is deeply passionate about human potential, peak performance, and what really drives us in life. Michael positively impacts the trajectory of his clients lives by guiding them to new levels of clarity and flow. Imagine going […]
This holiday season, I got to celebrate by having not one, but two back-to-back colds. As pervasive boredom began to set hold, I decided I needed to do something productive with my holidays. Then, my fiancee (yes, I proposed at Christmas and she said YES!) and I were talking about one of her volunteer activities. […]
You may have heard that as of January 14, 2020, Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft. But what does that mean? I’ve had a lot of friends and family ask, “what should I do?” It’s an interesting question because it depends on a few factors. First, let’s talk about what “End-of-Life” means […]
A list of simple colours. Seems like such a trivial idea, doesn’t it? Recently in one of our apps, we needed a list of colours to differentiate some categorized items. Most of the palette-creating tools on the web give you a palette of 5-6 colours. We needed around 10. Enter Sasha Trubetskoy and his blog […]
My life is filled with embedded computers and tiny components, and I love it. I’ve always had an affinity for underpowered equipment. The limitations force you to become creative. I love working with multi-processor computers, don’t get me wrong. But there is something that fuels my creative drive something fierce when I work with embedded […]
Recently I had the pleasure of delivering a data science lecture for the University of Saskatchewan’s School of Public Policy. After that lecture, I decided to re-record a few choice bits for a more global audience. This series of videos takes a quick look at how to install Anaconda, an all-in-one programming setup for data […]