Technology has a lot in common with law. Both are complex fields that use a lot of jargon. Fortunately, CommonCraft, a husband and wife business in Seattle, is working to make technology more accessible to the masses. They create Paperworks videos -- think whiteboard crossed with paper dolls -- to explain current popular technologies in plain English. Their videos cover a range of topics, including social media, podcasting, blogs, wikis, zombies, and RSS. Now if we could just get them to start creating segments on evictions, name changes, and orders of protection. - K
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Technola - March 16, 2009 6:56 AM
CommonCraft, a company that creates Paperworks videos and that Technola has highlighted before, has again rushed to the rescue of both techies and their users. This time they explain how computers work. Common Craft--the many people that I've tried to...
Technola - September 27, 2009 5:13 PM
The last time that I wrote about Common Craft I suggested that they start creating materials on "evictions, name changes, and orders of protection." Perhaps they saw that post and took my advice, because their most recent video is about...