why i usually like books over video

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why i usually like books over video

December 12th, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

A teammate was discussing the “wonders of learning from video” yesterday.  Which got me thinking.  I generally like learning from books/articles best.  This would be text with illustrations/diagrams, not raw text.  I like reading better because: It is easier to go at my own pace.  (While you can speed up video, it takes more energy […]

coursera saas-class and mitx circuits class feedback

April 7th, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

After AI-Class, I blogged with some feedback.  Over the past month or two, I took saas-class and MITx 6.0002x. How I found out I found about saas-class from comments at aiqus – the AI-class forum.  I found out about the MITx course via an e-mail from a friend. Why I took it Software as a […]

stanford’s ai class final feedback

December 17th, 2011 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I just completed the “final” for Stanford’s free online course – ai-class.  Ironic to post this the day after Stanford dropped their bid to come to New York.  It was taught by two Stanford professors – Peter Norvig and Sebastian Thrun.  I’ve sprinked my impressions througout the description. How I found out I found out from […]