Interesting blog by a good friend of mine. Beautiful video to be seen!
Recovering from major knee surgery and being away from work gives you a lot of time. A lot. Recently, I had subscribed to a number of Massively Open Online Courses on coursera.org which I didn’t have so much time to dedicate to beforehand. Work drains your energy and after a days work, the last thing that you feel like doing is learning. But alas, now I’m unable to go to work and a good chunk of time which had been previously filled by work had to find new pastures. And there comes along, MOOCs(along with a subscription to lynda.com and an amazing subscription offer at udemy.com). And, yes, time is flying fast. It has already been 5 days since my operation and equipped with my new Macbook (the true productivity machine which was enhanced by the fact that I had the opportunity to do a 6-hour long training programme on lynda to learn all the features of this wonderful machine). Bring on the learning! One more thing, I’m doing two courses which I’m focusing on right now: Health Informatics in the Cloud E-Learning and Digital Culture These MOOCs are giving me an insight into what I’m passionate about, that is , Technology. And, it is providing me with the opportunity to have a full 360 degree view of how technology affects peoples lives and how it bothers and empowers them. Equipped with this knowledge, I truly believe that I can be a better advocate of technology. If you are thinking of taking one of these MOOCs. The following video is a friendly and great video...
useful I guess 😉
Stefan’s MacBook Pro 13″ Retina Display taken with iPhone 4S
Brilliant post which I totally agree with and which envision this integrated philosophy which I’m trying to integrate into my life.