Permanent markers can destroy your white board! Until Now!

Written by F. Glen Ferguson

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One day I was shownrepparttar secret. The person that showed me, sharedrepparttar 138517 following story:

While working with a bunch of teenagers he was surprised when a couple of them started to draw on his white board with permanent black markers. Class had to start and there wasn’t another white board so he gave his class writing with his dry-markers right overrepparttar 138518 drawings.

Afterrepparttar 138519 class he was looking atrepparttar 138520 white board knowing how much work he was in for. He started erasingrepparttar 138521 dry-marker. When he noticed that everywhere thatrepparttar 138522 dry-marker crossedrepparttar 138523 permanent markerrepparttar 138524 permanent marker line was gone. He tried it again. Using his dry-marker he went overrepparttar 138525 permanent mark line and whenrepparttar 138526 erasedrepparttar 138527 dry-markerrepparttar 138528 permanent marker was gone.

I could wait to try it and it worked. Using any dry-marker go overrepparttar 138529 permanent marker then erase.

Oh,repparttar 138530 consultant that saw me usingrepparttar 138531 permanent marker was also amazed when I removed them. He couldn’t wait to show everyone in his office.

Glen Ferguson - Trainer's Workbench

F. Glen Ferguson has been a trainig supervisor for a large chemical company for 18 year and can be found at

Podcasting 101

Written by D. L. Randolph

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One ofrepparttar drawbacks of podcasts isrepparttar 138516 element of time. Whereas traditional broadcasts take place real time, thus allowing them listener interaction, podcasts are time shifted. Again, like Tivo, individuals can stop, pause, rewind, and fast forward through podcasts; whereas listeners to traditional broadcasts do not have this luxury. Podcasts in general should not be used as a method to contact or provide warning to listeners, asrepparttar 138517 receiving individual may fast forward overrepparttar 138518 message or pauserepparttar 138519 podcast before ever hearingrepparttar 138520 warning. Additionally, podcasts do not haverepparttar 138521 luxury of listener interaction sincerepparttar 138522 concept of time does not apply. Even with these downfalls, podcasting is an excellent choice for individuals who wish to use their iPod, computer, or mp3 player to listen to an audio program. Podcasts will become more widespread asrepparttar 138523 technology and audience advances, so listeners will have greater opportunity to hear whatever it is they desire!

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