A chance to say goodbye and highlight a few last stories/products/companies worth a closer look.
Latest from Christopher Dawson
Dell's new laptop for schools is slick. But what's much more interesting is how it envisions it being used to support the latest generation of student assessments.
RSS is a comparative dinosaur in a world of social sharing. I'm going to get so much hate mail for this post.
You've heard about InBloom. Now the Ed-Fi Alliance is bringing even more big data sensibility to states and districts.
Tableau Software recently announced that it would begin giving away its Tableau Desktop analytics software. Having spent some time with the tool, I can say that this could mark a turning point in the way students think about data.
We can't even import enough programmers to meet the demand, and the shortage is only going to get worse, no thanks to our out-of-touch educational priorities in this country.
SwiftKey is great in and of itself. What interests me, though, are its potential applications across various vertical markets.
A lengthy effort to examine the state of education in American schools released their final report today. Apparently, we need equity in our schools.
I've been living with my Nexus 4 for a while now, contract-free and happy to be rid of Verizon. It seems I'm not alone.
It's Valentine's Day. It's LEGO World. And I'm in love with the new Mindstorms EV3.