Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The Learning Explosion: The next best thing to a know-it-all-kid next door

Yesterday my son William was asked by one of his friends to teach him how to tie a tie. Luckily he knew how. But how did he know the technique?  Where did he learn this?

Well, he learned it from me. I learned it from my father. He learned it from his father. And so on...

This simple knowledge has been passed down for decades, and the results have always been the same -- around the tree, through the branches and down the hole. Perfect knot. Every time.

By the way, nobody is getting paid to provide this information, it's just out there, it's become part of our lives.

But what if you don't have a dad, or a grandfather, or a kid across the street to help teach you how to tie a knot. Or how to start your lawnmower. Or how to solve a Rubik's Cube. You easily find all of the answers in the Learning Explosion.

The knowledge is out there on any topic waiting for you to find it. And the amazing thing is that most of this knowledge is free. So get out there and learn something new today!

Sorry... you no longer have any more excuses not to mow the lawn.

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