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January 17, 2014 by

SnapCard lets you pay the IRS with bitcoin

The list of things you can buy with bitcoin keeps growing from tickets to a Sacramento Kings game and a seat on a flight to space to a college education and off-road vehicles. But what about the U.S. government, which until recently was viewed with skepticism and even fear?

February 26, 2012 by

Q&A: Bill Nye, the Planetary Guy

A familiar face in science education, Nye is now CEO of the Planetary Society. Here, he discusses the status of space exploration, the "anti-science movement" and his popular 1990s TV show.

January 7, 2015 By DoubleDutch

Data Champion Summit

Along with thought leaders in school data analysis, Schoolzillas team of experts will engage attendees through designing a series of...

January 9, 2010 by

CES is can we please get some e-textbooks?

E-textbooks have been slow to catch on, partly because textbook publishers have a multi-billion dollar industry to protect and partly because devices suitable for accessing them either lacked functionality or weren't ubiquitous enough to be of benefit to students. However, if CES, a show by its very name focused on the consumer space rather than education or business, has shown us anything, it's that there are more than enough interesting devices available to let e-textbooks take off.

December 7, 2014 By Tokata

Cozmic Zoom Lite

Cozmic Zoom is a fascinating insight into the cosmos, between the infinitely large and the infinitely small. Based on accurate scientific...


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