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Renoa: The First Complete Arc

This is going to be another rambly post about THE SONG OF STEEL, that fantasy thing I’m writing. As I said in my last post: I am over 100,00 words, and closing in rapidly on the end of the story. 869 more words


App of the Week: Office Lens for OneNote, Bridging the Physical and Digital

by Minnia Feng MSEN Community Manager

In today’s classroom, many things may be digitized and live on a screen, but there’s still an undeniable value in the power of exploring ideas through writing. 392 more words


And Life Gets In The Way Again!

No matter how much I would love to do nothing but my genealogy, life seems to have it’s own thoughts for me.

I am however back to working on my genealogy again! 84 more words


4 Big Binders Down!

After taking a long break… I am back!

Love when life gets crazy and we can’t work on what we love….

I have been slowly plugging away at getting the rest of my binders digitized and information sorted through. 50 more words

Genealogy Organization

OneNote - the sysadmin's new best friend

Before I start I’ve got a confession to make, the “new” bit in the title is slightly misleading as OneNote has been part of my top tools for a while now but in this case I’m writing retrospectively so bear with me ;) 1,095 more words

Office 365

Meetings anyone?

Its been a while since my last post… I know that is an understatement, but I found myself suddenly overwhelmed with meetings. ┬áIt is interesting since I work in a virtual environment. 577 more words


It's Not Heavy It's My Grading

Reason #5 to love using a DINO (Digital Interactive Notebook in OneNote) it that it does not weigh a thing.

I came across a colleague the other day who was grading a project very similar to the one mentioned in my previous post “ 93 more words