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How to use Audit All Items

By Bruno Winck on Monday, February 4th, 2013 in New Features. No Comments

This swiss army knife helps you to review your items at once and apply global changes like edits on the fly in the html code. It is not intended for an every day use. It is intended for fixing database issues like orphan items, badly type items and general review. This means that you will […]

Capture key terms from reading

By Bruno Winck on Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 in Kneaver, Methodology. No Comments

I capture key terms while reading. It can be from news, books, web pages, MOOC courses. First, keep a link, a reference. I put a number on each book so that I can reference them with a small number. I like the number to be easy to type and memorize over short periods. That’s why […]

Why copying is not so good

By Bruno Winck on Sunday, January 20th, 2013 in Methodology. No Comments

It is tempting to copy a few paragraphs of wikipedia in a newly created item. It is tempting to copy a page from a book which is precisely explaining what this new item is about with far more clarity then we have. But is it not a good practice. Kneaver is not about keeping as […]

How to turn a sketch into a clean computer image

By Bruno Winck on Saturday, January 5th, 2013 in Methodology. No Comments

A simple process to turn a hand drawn sketch into a vector image than can be later edited, reused in other drawings. Vector drawings are also sharper and can be displayed perfectly on every screen resolution. They can be zoomed and stay readble. Now days most graphics and icons are designed as vector strokes and […]

Be smart with names

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 in Methodology. No Comments

Naming things is a great way to place jalons on the way of Knowledge Creation. We discuss in this new post the benefits and shortfalls of inventing new names for new concepts in your field. Continue here

Return on experience of Young Entrepeneurs

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 in Business Strategy, Journal. No Comments

I attended yesterday a panel of young entrepreneurs at Stanford Graduate School of Business. I was surprised at the difference of tone the four of them had. Aaron Patzer, CEO of Mint.com was taking it in very good part. Refreshing, is it the mint effect ? I checked the web site and the blog. I […]

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