Migrated site from Blogger to WordPress this afternoon. I’ve been meaning to do it every since Google/Blogger announced they were no longer supporting remotely hosted sites. I’ve been unable to add new posts to my blogger blog for quite some time.
The migration went relatively smoothly thanks to the Blogger Importer tool and I’m quite happy . . . → Read More: Migrated site from Blogger to WordPress
This is in no way a review. Just a post to recommend the purchase and consumption of Peter F. Drucker’s The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done.
My first exposure to Drucker was one of my first supervisor’s in Higher Ed – Todd Coomber. Todd was one of my most . . . → Read More: Book: The Effective Executive
For a recent article I was asked what the Best Session/Speaker/Book have impressed me. I thought I’d share my response with all of you.
One of the most touching and informative speakers I have seen in the last few years is speaker, actor and close friend – Kawa Ada. Kawa escaped Afghanistan with his family . . . → Read More: Best session/speaker/book you’ve been impressed by?
My mom is a master organizer. For most of my life I thought I had missed that gene. However, over the past couple of months I’ve been interested in ways of uncluttering my life. This is particularly true at work. I surprised my colleagues one Monday after I had spent the weekend . . . → Read More: Winning the War on Closet Clutter
I’ve been doing a little more poking around in Google Analytics for new 4th version on the Ryerson Campus Life site.
This is by no means going to be an exhaustive post. In fact I only have a few minutes before my next meeting. In fact … I’m wondering out loud … What information . . . → Read More: Google Analytics and Keywords
Whether you are waiting for someone to get back to you or you’ve delegated a task to someone its important to track it so that proper follow-up can occur.
I use Remember the Milk (RTM) to manage my own tasks. So I (un-systematically) started placing To Do items that I had delegated (or was waiting for) . . . → Read More: Using Remember the Milk (RTM) to track tasks for others
I did a quick interview with the Toronto Star on Friday while finishing up some lunch at Casey’s. The article is about the Reporter-Blogger position I created in the spring. They did a short profile of Dan … the Ryerson Campus Life blogger.
Check out the Toronto Star article: “For the dope on . . . → Read More: I’m in the Toronto Star
I appeared in a friends youtube sketch below. The other set of hands is K Sawyer Paul of Soundloading. Enjoy watching this video on . . . → Read More: I do mostly hand and voice work
Happy National Cheese Cake Day blog readers!
Today I’d like to talk about iTunes Smart Playlists. I’m always surprised how few people use Smart Playlists in iTunes.
Before I discovered Smart Playlists I would constantly use the “Shuffle Music” feature … Constantly disappointed I would be forever skipping to the next track.
One day I discovered the “Recently . . . → Read More: Get Smart with Smart Playlists