Posts Tagged ‘Working smarter’

I attended the Manitoba Library Technicians Association conference on Friday, May 23rd. The theme of the conference was “Information Superheroes”, and we had presentations from three super people. Mark Rabnett, head librarian at St. Boniface Hospital’s medical library (part of the University of Manitoba library system), gave an informative and entertaining presentation on Google tips […]

I remember reading somewhere that we use about 10 percent of the functions in a computer program. PC Magazine published 529 Computing Tips to help you work better with Windows Vista, Word and Excel. Worth a look even if you only pick up a few tips, or even become aware of super users’ tricks. I […]