- I can’t believe I used an LCD projector for a year and didn’t know about monitor zooming.
On your Mac, you head into Universal Access in System Preferences and turn it on. One keystroke scales things up and another scales ’em back down.
So when you’re using the online version of your textbook up on the whiteboard and you want to direct focus to a particular problem, mash three buttons and you’ve got it larger.
- A post on to do lists has been in my draft pile near a year now. Suffice to say that kind of tool has been a big part of my recent workflow.
I keep it on GoogleDocs so I can print a fresh one out whenever.
But I just figured out today that if I click through to revisions, I can access any past to-do list. It’s like a journal! Clicking back to April, I see I left myself a note to suspend two particular students, which, I mean, what a blast to the past! Imagine ten years from now, clicking back through to the days when I had to pencil myself a reminder to buy toothpaste.
You oughtta try it. Here’s my three column template. Just import it into GoogleDocs and let the good times roll.