Tuesday, June 29, 2010


06.29.10, originally uploaded by colemama.

A couple of months now into my transition to Mac - there's no doubt that this has been a fun one! One of my favorite features of the machine is the light-sensored back-lit keys on the keyboard, especially valuable in low-light environments. The software is so intuitively creative, taking the 'mechanics' to a simpler level, and allowing for unique creations to transform.

Still, it has been and continues to be a learning curve for me - possibly because there is not just the learning, but the 'unlearning' of prior years. This can be especially difficult when the expected productivity tools and habitual short cuts simply don't work! Add to that scenario the typical 'time crunch' and you can sense the frustration.... This reminds me of some professional development initiatives made so much tougher because of the 'unlearning' components. Fortunately, my Mac experience continues to yield positive results, but I know that extra support facilitates that process in helping others 'unlearn'! Naples, FL

1 comment:

  1. I really like the angle of this shot. Learning, unlearning, and relearning - Toffler's view of someone who is literate in the 21st century.