Google has announced that, rather than holding their virtual reality platform close to their chest, they are doing what they did with Android — creating a software infrastructure and encouraging everybody to have at it, competing and collaborating to create new virtual reality viewing software on Android cell phones. This should be interesting!
GoPro VR is on the move. If the prices come down, like they indicate, this could be huge.
There are some things in life that one must work hard at – such as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. However, there are somethings that can be accomplished by working smarter – and Microsoft Access can help bring that efficiency to the forefront.
Five years ago – almost- when I started in my role as the High School Distance Learning Instructor, there was paper everywhere! It was a generational difference, as the person running the program was getting close to retirement and I respected her need for paper-based items. Slowly, I moved toward a more paper-reduced program (due to the nature of High School Distance Learning we can’t go entirely paperless). I began by moving our log book into MS Excel (it just counted the number of students). Next, I made the registration process easier on me by putting labels on the top of columns in excel. Once we’d transitioned for a year and my colleague said her final good-bye, I planned for the next move toward less paper – a database.
Between self-teaching and help from a resident expert, I never attended a Microsoft Access class until last night – and my life at the end of each quarter just got easier! I had figured out the basics of tables, forms, and queries; but, I did not know that I could easily generate a report with a few mouse clicks. Now, I can run a report that summarizes all the information that I would spend between 8 & 10 hours on manually and I have saved myself time and am working smarter.