Followup on Goalbook, + data portability and more

Summary:Last week, I raved about Goalbook - It's one of the cooler bits of social tech I've seen, speaking as a parent, an educator, and tech guy. During last week's review:ed episode, Kirsten Winkler and I had the chance to talk with Wayee Chu and Jennifer Carolan who head up the NewSchools Venture Seed Fund, which provides startup funding for Goalbook, among other interesting ed tech startups, and I gave a followup review of Goalbook.

Last week, I raved about Goalbook - It's one of the cooler bits of social tech I've seen, speaking as a parent, an educator, and tech guy. During last week's review:ed episode, Kirsten Winkler and I had the chance to talk with Wayee Chu and Jennifer Carolan who head up the NewSchools Venture Seed Fund, which provides startup funding for Goalbook, among other interesting ed tech startups, and I gave a followup review of Goalbook. We also chatted with Rafael Corrales, founder and CEO of LearnBoost, in particular focusing on data portability, and discussed the future of for-profit note-sharing sites. Very good stuff! Check out the review:ed segment below:

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Topics: Start-Ups

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Christopher Dawson grew up in Seattle, back in the days of pre-antitrust Microsoft, coffeeshops owned by something other than Starbucks, and really loud, inarticulate music. He escaped to the right coast in the early 90's and received a degree in Information Systems from Johns Hopkins University. While there, he began a career in health a... Full Bio

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