Via the Mobile Cowboys site, I found this video. It explains the use of a rotary telephone, and seems to be created in 1927.
It is interesting to compare this to the e-learning material we create nowadays. Especially the speed (or lack of speed) is quite surprising. And it is good to realise that skills that we take for granted, are not necessarily “obvious” and sometimes still need explanation.
On a regular basis, Microsoft produces nice videos about their view on Information Worker Productivity in the future. This video shows the very near future: all products shown in the video are available as far as I can see. We are only waiting until companies implement them all, and until information workers start acquiring the competences to work with these tools in an efficient way…
The people from CommonCraft have created a new video about SharePoint. If you want to learn what it is and what it can do for you in 3 minutes, this is the way to go:
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