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Folks have asked me how I come up with my ideas for these videos. Hence, a video on the topic (with lots of links below). Can you share how you come up with your ideas? Add a comment below.
Read more about the things I talked about in the video:
The best way to learn about dragging in Outlook is to just start doing it. Point to an item, hold the left mouse button and drag. You can read the directions at Office.com for Outlook 2003 or how to respond to an email with a meeting request in Outlook 2010.
Matt Richtel won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Driven to Distraction, a series of articles in The New York Times that begat his new section, Your Brain on Computers, which is chock-full of insights and studies I mention in the video.
The study about downtime is from University of Michigan neuroscientist Marc Berman. There is also an interesting 11-minute podcast interview with Dr. Berman at the Sound Medicine site.
And if you have kids, it's important to learn what they are doing online, even their pediatrician wants to know, (read the NPR article).
Download the OneNote App for the iPhone and read a review about it (including in-depth directions) on the OneNote blog.
Find out how to get the free Office Web Apps at Office.com.
Learn more about Office Mobile for the Windows Phone 7.
The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron is available in many editions. I used this paperback version.
At Julia's website, you can download a free .pdf explaining the why and how and the basic tools: the Morning Pages and the Artist's Date.
Read on Office.com about adding and changing resources in the Research tool, or jump into a full course training on Research in the Office programs.
Learn about the thesaurus for Office 2003, Office 2007, and Office 2010 at Office.com.
And here's a bit we mentioned earlier in the blog about a free creativity test from the Scientific American Mind folks.
This is fantastic. Thanks. I'm going to implement some of your suggestions...today!
This is wonderful! Full disclosure: I do my morning pages in OneNote. (It isn't long-hand, but it's better than nuthin'.)
It would be nice if the iOS OneNote App was available in all other geos. Is there are legitimate reason as to why it is not available in Australia, and more importantly, is there a projected release date?
Down Under: when we hear about other geos for OneNote things, we will post that news on the OneNote Blog: blogs.office.com/.../microsoft-onenote
Sorry i am knew to this website. i have a question about excel. i used excel a lot, i happen to make this spreadsheet that filled up all the rows in excel, and it stretched out to 50 columns of data and another 50 columns of formulas. the excel spreadsheet gave me an error message something like "not enough resources". is there anything i can do expand my excel resource?
So is there any way I might be able to watch this vid on my WP7? =P
There are two ways to view Office Casual on any phone:
Showcase mobile channel (automatically adapts to any mobile device):