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  1. Oct 2022
    1. Dwyer, Edward J. “File Card Efficiency.” Journal of Reading 26, no. 2 (1982): 171–171.

      Ease of use in writing and grading with short assignments by using 4 x 6" index cards in classrooms.

      This sounds like some of the articles from 1912 and 1917 about efficiency of card indexes for teaching.

      I'm reminded of some programmed learning texts that were card-based (or really strip-based since they were published in book form) in the 1960s and 1970s. Thse books had small strips with lessons or questions on the front with the answers on the reverse. One would read in strips through the book from front to back and then start the book all over again on page one on the second row of strips and so on.

  2. Oct 2020
    1. He who sees me everywhereand sees everything in mewill not be lost to me,and I will not be lost to him

      Is it explaining the relationship between lord Krishna and Arjuna?

    2. A man of discipline should alwaysdiscipline himself, remain in seclusion,isolated, his thought and self well controlled,without possessions or hope.

      A man of discipline is the one who should control his senses, and he should be discipline by himself.