Weird Week In Review – Dec. 28

Your one stop to review all this weeks articles on WeirdGuy. Have fun!

Incredible Images Taken At The Perfect Angle (PICS)
Enjoy these creative photos taken at just the right angle. Then think about any issues, projects, or problems you have and try to look at them from a new creative angle. Read more…

“Peach” Open Movie Promotes Collaborative Creativity
Did you hear about Project Orange? How about the end result called Elephants Dream? Not many heard about the animated short movie from a collective of International artists. Now, another effort is in progress. Read more…

NextGen Passionately Pursuing Their Dreams
Are you passionate about what you do? Are you disciplined to “stay the course?” Here are six people under 30 years old pursuing their passions and it is paying off big! Read more…

Understanding The Differences Between A CLO and CIO
The differences are primarily at a strategic level. Certainly, while the CLO and CIO interact, there are three areas of significant distinction. Margaret Driscoll, in her book, Web-based Training, offers a very concise explanation of these three areas. Read more…

Quotable Quote – Calvin and Hobbes
My behavior is addictive functioning in a disease process of toxic co-dependency…. Read more…

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Weird Week In Review (Dec. 14)
Weird Week In Review (Dec. 21)

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