“How can we access untapped potential, at what age do we begin to face mental limitations, and where does neuroscience fit into all of this? On this episode of Conversations with Tom, New York Times bestselling author and neuroscientist David Eagleman sits down with Tom to answer these questions and address such matters as the neuroplasticity of the brain, the science behind ‘learning,’ how childhood is a crucial time for development, and the future of neuroscience. They discuss the flexibility of the brain at any age, where ideas originate from, the importance of affection and love to a child, how to experience major breakthroughs as an adult, the mysteries yet to be unlocked within the human brain, and what the future may look like within augmentation and neuroscience.”
I need to put some of these into use. I think the only one I already did was use it as a chip clip.
If your Surface Pro 3 keyboard will not work (touchpad and keys) then of course you try the obvious:
1. Make sure your computer has the latest Windows updates.
2. Gently clean off the connectors with a cloth and a small amount of rubbing alcohol.
But this evening, neither of these options worked. After rebooting several times, I went back to Google to search more possible fixes and discovered this one.
3. Make sure the Surface is turned off. Press and hold Volume Up (on the left side) and the Power button at the same time for at least 15 seconds. You may see the screen flash the Surface logo but continue to hold for 15 seconds. Release both buttons and wait 15 more seconds. Turn on the Surface as usual.
The third option above worked just fine for me this evening.