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I cannot live without books.

Thomas Jefferson

SAP training (UPDATE: SAP Enterprise Systems May 2015)

Working on some ideas for training (academic purpose for integrating SAP into accounting curriculum). Some online resources:

  1. Discussion of the SAP Learning Hub. I am in the process of reviewing the Discovery edition of the SAP Learning Hub
  2. How to Learn SAP for Free (posted in 2012) is an nice compilation of resources to investigate.
  3. From SAP, OpenSAP a MOOC with a couple of interesting titles in the course listings:
    • SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA (April 2014)
    • Introduction to SAP HANA Cloud Platform (2014)
    • Get to Know SAP’s Innovative Enterprise Solutions (September 2014)

File transfer was funded last year and uses peer to peer to transfer files of any size. Seems interesting and I guess that they will make money from the business versions. Although, I wonder about security?


Ello has updated to v2. Uses full screen so photos look amazing.

Snapseed has also updated to v2. Video from Scott Kelby at


Web sites with photography info

Canon lenses

Fountain Pens, Notebooks

  1. Atlanta Pen Show introduced me, through Instagram, blogs, and podcasts to a new group of people that like to use pens and paper (and computers of course).
  2. Introducing Indxd: A Digital Tool for Analog Writers by Dave Rea - creator of Indxd, which has an awesome URL:


What is the best use of my time right now?

Alan Lakein, How To Get Control of Your Time and Your Life

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