There is one funny thing about modern scientific presentations. We use PPT or Keynote and have nice looking images, data table, figures and movies. Yet
Have a look at this post over at Organizing Creativity: PhD Comics’ What is Open Access?
The start of the fall semester is very busy time for a university professor / researcher in Canada. First, classes start after the summer break.
Not that I am promoting any buying of “derivatives” from the discovery of the Higgs boson but there is some interesting (free) images and free
So far, posts in this digital office series this blog have tackled the hardware selection and components, OSX and iOS software, and finally the inputs
Every meeting brings about few presentations for which the same mistakes seems to happen again and again. Just coming back from a major conference in
It happens every so often that you might need to explain a complex concept or present a vast amount of data in a short amount
I recently came across this excellent TED talk by Peter Norvig entilted “the 100,000-student classroom”. The popularity of online education should probably not be a
In the previous posts, we went over the hardware requirements and selection, software and finally mobile software. It is now time to address the sources
I always wondered what would be the single, most important advice I could give a new graduate student who is looking forward to have his
Previous installments: Part I: Introduction and hardware Part II: Mac Software Part III: Mobile Software
For those who might not have read the first post in this series about the hardware side of things, please have a look: Digital Office I
During a recent group meeting, one of the student was making a comment regarding the document really bad powerpoint by Seth Godin. Her point was
Working efficiently in the digital world is not as easy as it sounds, in particular as you get more and more files to deal with.
Final result in…I got promoted to full professor, effective June 1st. At that date 21 years ago, I was just starting my grad studies 😉