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June 2006

June 29, 2006

  1. My LifeWork Plans: ... posts about my career, education and job search plans
  2. My LifeWork ePortfolios: ... posts about my assessment, formative, developmental, reflective and representational ePortfolios

Also consider my much larger, more detailed "My LifeWork Portal".


Use the LWPS WYSIWYG editor to COPY all or part of this post to your blog .


Keywords: 2008, 2Q08, 6/1, 80%, A very simple 2-link "My LifeWork Portal", LWP, move, My LifeWork Portal, new, portal

Posted by Pete Hubbard (LWPS Founder) @ New member! | 0 comment(s)

My top 5-10 values, extracted from the values lists/posts below are:
  1. (Here is where I would talk about my values)

I'll COPY the top 5 and place them in My Dream Jobss ... post [  ].
 
  1. Personal 187
  2. Work  2245 template 2242
  3. Life 2205

Posted by Pete Hubbard (LWPS Founder) @ New member! | 0 comment(s)

In the LifeWork Planning Roadmap, I mark sets of LifeWork planning activities with a label of "Age ~nn" (like Age ~13).

Although the eight (8) activities I listed for Age ~13 are targeted to a teen that is 13 years old, those activities would also be appropriate for an adult of any age if they had never done those LifeWork planning activities before.


Notes to me

NCDA 7 stages

WCIYP for Teens



Keywords: 20%, 2010, 4Q10-1, hph, hubbard, move, My rationale for using "Age ~nn" as a marker for a set of LifeWork planning activities

Posted by Pete Hubbard (LWPS Founder) @ New member! | 0 comment(s)

June 30, 2006

A simple process to personally backup your LWPS personal, professional and/or community weblogs


Using FireFox


While viewing your weblog in FireFox (FF), go to the FF toolbar in the upper left and click on "View" -> then "Page Source" (or Ctrl+U) -> then File -> "Save Page As ... (Ctrl+S)" -> then save it in your LWPS backup folder. The filename will be the {first LWPS post number}.html.

If you go to the bottom of your weblog and you see "<< Back", then you have more posts that need to be saved. Just repeat the above procedure until you have saved all of your posts in all of your personal, professional and/or community weblogs.

When you click on any archived file, your browser will display it as though you were online.

Other browsers (add a comment to list that process and I will include it here.



Click on the backup tag below to review other posts related to this topic.

Keywords: 60%, 7/2, A simple process to personally backup your LWPS personal, backup, FF, FireFox, hph, key, new, professional and/or community weblogs

Posted by Pete Hubbard (LWPS Founder) @ New member! | 0 comment(s)