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The following post is a part of a series called "Explainer Tips" where we share lessons we've learned in crafting explanations. You likely have friends and family members who consider themselves non-technical.  When discussion turns to anything related to computer, they throw up their hands and say "I just don't get tech stuff!"  The truth is, this is the vast majority of people.  And it's completely understandable why they feel this way. Technology can be very intimidating and many of the most... Continue Reading

Explainer Tip: Make People Care

Posted by: leelefever on June 25, 2009- 5:00pm

Categories: Art of Explanation, explainer tip, Explanation, lesson, our work

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The following post is a part of a series called "Explainer Tips" where we share lessons we've learned in crafting explanations. Looking back on my education, one thing becomes clear: I was a not a good math student. What I've learned since then, is that I had the potential to enjoy math, but there was a mismatch between the way I needed to learn and the way I was taught. I wrote about this previously in a post called "Talkin Bout My Education." Math turned me off because it seemed like... Continue Reading

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