Posts Tagged ‘process’

This is Important: Debunking Multitasking

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Everybody jokes about “multitasking” and how many “hats they have to wear at once.” But we should be clear: multitasking is a myth and this myth is a serious problem.

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Unload the Backpack Weight

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

The American Occupational Therapy Association recently suggested that backpacks weigh no more than 10% of a student’s body weight. With news such as this, manufacturers have begun tackling the challenge of creating ergonomic designs that are not just spacious but fashionable as well.

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The Genius of Library Workflow

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

About once a month, I volunteer at St. Anthony’s Padua Academy on the near east side of Indianapolis. Their elementary school library is a fantastic place to learn about workflow.
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The Menu That Backfired

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

I recently dined at a new Mexican restaurant in town. And though the atmosphere was inviting, the waitstaff polite and the food relatively good, I left the establishment less than satisfied. The problem? I had no idea what I was ordering.

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