Liz Reusswig

An Emotional Case for Emoticons

By: Liz Reusswig | December 5, 2013 | 
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By Liz Reusswig My friend Rebecca Todd recently wrote that emoticons don’t mesh with her learning style. In her post, Learning Styles: What Emoticons Can Teach Us, she made a compelling case that emoticons may be confusing and incongruous additions for those who don’t respond to visual learning. I seriously laughed out loud…not at the content of her post, which was enlightening, but because I had [&hellip... Read More
Liz Reusswig

The Problem with Multitasking

By: Liz Reusswig | April 4, 2013 | 
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Hi, my name is Liz and I am a persistent multitasker. I can hear all you fellow multitaskers droning, “Hi, Liz.” They say the first step to changing is admitting you have a problem. That’s the issue, though, is multitasking a problem? I’ve always been proud of my “ability” to multitask, do I really need to change? So, I started a quest to determine whether or not [&hellip... Read More