SOME OF THE CREDIT for me logging more than 3000 accident-free flying hours has to go to checklist discipline. I know how checklists can keep me out of danger and I know how an orderly progression through a list-driven day can result in a feeling of accomplishment. This summer, I need to impose a checklist discipline on my daily reading pattern. I've become motivated while editing a presentation on my personal learning network I'm doing at the Dublin e-learning summer school (#elss11). I realise that if I give a whirlwind tour of rummaging through my online life, most viewers will think my approach is chaotic and off-putting. But if I can produce a checklist of where and when I look at different places, my approach might be deemed more worthwhile for those who see it. Wouldn't you agree?
Atul Gawande -- The Checklist Manifesto ISBN 978-0312430009