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My "Analysis of Everyday Things" full course is now on OpenSesame.com.

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This forth video in the series analyzes the perpetuation of double-entry bookkeeping, manual and computer filing systems and the origin of computer storage/memory.

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This third video in the series analyzes where paper sizes originated and how we originally used 80 column punched cards and CRT screen formats leading to the Y2K computer problem and cryptic codes.

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I've had many great reviews of this "Analysis of Everyday Things" video (and some .so not so great).
I never know the audience when I put videos in the public domain but I hope you find something in this video that makes you think you really can change things for the better.

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This second video looks at numbering systems and alphabets. And how we have perpetuated the strange layout of a typewriter layout leading to a computer keyboard.

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This first video starts of easy with the perpetuation of transportation issues around the world.

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Part 5 contains more on perpetuated systems in the business world.

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I hope you enjoy this "fun"look at the history of things we interact with in our lives.

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Brian Dickinson
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I took my latest "seriously" fun YouTube videos and made them into a FREE course on UDEMY.
It's titled "Analysis of Everyday Things".
The course uses pictures, graphics, both static and animated, with voice-over to show the various real world examples of the perpetuation of old designs. It does this by progressing through basic examples in everyone's regular life to business issues that restrict us as customers.
Here's the link:
https://www.udemy.com/analysis-of-everyday-things

Enjoy - I hope.
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