Yet again, another one of the interesting "about you" things on Cathy's blog caught my eye. So here is my own dewey decimal section and description:
Jonathan campbell's Dewey Decimal Section:
096 Books notable for illustrations
Jonathan campbell's birthday: 1/11/1985 = 111+1985 = 2096
Class: 000 Computer Science, Information & General Works
Contains: Encyclopedias, magazines, journals and books with quotations.
What it says about you: You are very informative and up to date. You're working on living in the here and now, not the past. You go through a lot of changes. When you make a decision you can be very sure of yourself, maybe even stubborn, but your friends appreciate your honesty and resolve.
Thanks to Cathy and her post about blog analysis, I decided to get mine analyzed and see how I write. So here goes...
According to Typealyzer: I belong to ESTP - The Doers, which means..."The active and play-ful type. They are especially attuned to people and things around them and often full of energy, talking, joking and engaging in physical out-door activities.
The Doers are happiest with action-filled work which craves their full attention and focus. They might be very impulsive and more keen on starting something new than following it through. They might have a problem with sitting still or remaining inactive for any period of time."
According to Gender Analyzer: They are 87% sure my blog is written by a man. Lol, GO genderanalyzer!:-)
I just wanted to put it out there that if anyone needs help with any of the "things" on Learn & Play, I would be very happy to work on it with you! It can be anything that's giving you trouble, big or small, I'll try my best to answer any questions. So, shoot me an e-mail or vocera me, however u want to do it!:-) Good luck all!
After so much learning and so much adventure, it is finally time to say goodbye to Learn & Play. It's been fun and I must say, quite an experience becoming familiar with so many new tools on the web. I have no doubt that what I've done will be useful in the future, whether it be for my onw personal use , or if it enables me to help a customer in need. Of all the things that I will take away from Learn & Play, I think none of them are more important than realizing what you don't know and continuing your journey of lifelong learning through the years:-)
And so Learn & Play finally gets back into the realm of things that I actually have heard of before:-) I've heard of and looked at the MOLDI page before and though I didn't actually try to download anything previously, I thought it was a great idea and a pretty cool tool to have. This time around while looking at the site, I did attempt to check out and download 2 audio books. Neither one of them worked however (I suspect because I'm on a staff pc) but I got the gist of how it should work anyways. I suppose I'll give it a try again at home and see how it works out. But, for better or worse, this has been my experience so far;-)