• To-Do Lists: Not Just for Paper

    List-making is an important part of staying organized (even—or especially—for those of us who are not natural list-makers). What are your favorite forms of to-do-lists? For inspiration, read Seeing Is Do...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • Best Pizza Slice in Milwaukee

    So I really like pizza, and I am looking for the best slice in Milwaukee, where can I find the best slice in Milwaukee?
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  • Favorite/Best Browser?

    Lisa Rivero
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  • Stuck on a problem? Walk your way to an answer.

    We all know that physical exercise is good for our bodies, but it is also good for our brains and our creativity. An article published in yesterday's New Yorker magazine, Why Walking Helps Us Think," describes many...
    Lisa Rivero
    created by Lisa Rivero
  • Emergency Evacuation Plan for Students with Disabilities

    This is the emergency evacuation plan for students with disabilities. Questions and concerns can be directed to the University Disability Services Coordinator.
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  • How do you use the library?

    The MSOE Walter Schroeder Library receives hundreds of visitors daily, but we would like to know how you like to use the library.
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  • Write a Novel in November with NaNoWriMo!

    November is coming, and that means that NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is coming, as well. NaNoWriMo is a month-long challenge each November to write a 50,000 word imperfect novel in 30 days. Learn more at t...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • Email Tips for Students

    These tips for writing, formatting, and managing emails are adapted loosely from Purdue OWL Online Writing Lab's "Email Etiquette for Students."
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  • The Kern Game! (not the Kern you might think)

    Do you love design? Typography? If so, you'll want to check out these fun, short learning games by Method of Action: Kern Type: "A game that will help you understand letter spacing and kerning" Shape Type: "Learn ho...
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  • Coolest gadgets of 2013

    Just want to share with you all, the coolest gadgets of 2013 that I came across.   Coolest gadgets of 2013
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  • Creative Approaches to Email Hoarding

    I am an email hoarder. I admit it. The proof is in my gmail account, which reads "9.26 GB (61%) of 15 GB used." That is a lot of email. Some of it is junk that I'm in the process of deleting, but much of it I want to...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • What grammatical features are most characteristic of general academic writing?

    1. Complex noun phrases                 e.g. … a task-driven approach to software design … 2. Hedging devices   &n...
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  • A Computer’s Physical Memory Produces Textiles

    I just found this video and it's the coolest thing ever. Someone took the raw binary data from their computer and rendered the data as an image to create a textile design. You must watch.   Fragmented Memory P...
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  • How do you make art in your daily life?

    An interesting article in yesterday's Washington Post discusses that while the percentage "of U.S. adults who attended at least one kind of arts performance or visited an art museum or gallery is the lowest it's ever ...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • When 3 - 1 = -23

    "Distracted from distraction by distraction Filled with fancies and empty of meaning Tumid apathy with no concentration Men and bits of paper, whirled by the cold wind" ~ T. S. Eliot, Four Quartets When T. S. Eliot's ...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • Doors Open to Your Creative City

    "What fosters creativity? More than anything else: The presence of other creative people." ~ Richard Florida   In his recent New York Times piece, "Cities Are the Fonts of Creativity," author and researcher Rich...
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  • How do you slow down or step off the treadmill?

    In "Slowing the Work Treadmill," creativity expert Teresa Amabile suggests that employers can increase workers' creativity and productivity by slowing the pace once in awhile: “Managers and employees need to wo...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • What if there is no such thing as the right major?

    Cal Newport writes on his blog "Study Hacks" (a thoughtful and original blog on success in and out of the classroom) about what to do if your "dream" major seems more like a nightmare: "The idea that some students j...
    Lisa Rivero
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  • Favorite Television Drama

    These choices are based in part on responses from my HU100 students this term, in the context of how such television can address meaningful, timeless and existential themes and questions.
    Lisa Rivero
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  • Creative Brains

      Creative Brains Imagine a Smarter Tomorrow - Video Dailymotion   The graduate students at New York's Interactive Telecommunications Program is on a mission to explore the use of today's communications te...
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