The high-altitude thinkers we invited to project technology trends earlier this year concurred on one key insight we all should note: Lifelong learning is growing ever more critical for our community’s prosperity and for each of us, individually, to remain relevant in the workplace.
After three decades of being married to the same woman, you would think a guy would have a pretty solid knowledge of that woman’s likes and dislikes. But on Mothers Day, five years ago, I had an apparent brain cramp.
Q: Reading your answer in the Redmond Reporter the other day about how to really, really delete Outlook Express emails, reminded me that I still have all the emails I saved when I switched from OE to Outlook a couple of years ago. I now know how to delete them, but my question is about how to access the ones that I still want to refer to occasionally. Is there any way to open a .dbx file when you’re using Outlook for email?
The last week of April is a the time to start feeding your vegetables, roses and flower beds because plants that you want to produce need energy now. Liquid plant foods work the fastest, but don’t last as long in the soil.
Put aside for a moment the pros and cons of Dino Rossi’s recently released transportation plan and consider this: It outlines what direction we should go in, why, how to get there, and how we’ll pay for it.
Todd Myers is director of the Center for the Environment at Washington Policy Center, a non-partisan public policy research organization in Seattle and Olympia. For more information contact WPC at (206) 937-9691 or online at washingtonpolicy.org.