Guest Post: Some interesting perspectives from a developer leveraging the openness of Android to, for once, create an Android-only app.
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If rich internet applications have to start relying on HTML5 anytime soon, then a whole lot of educational content just became toast.
Back in February, I wrote about Instructure's risky move open-sourcing their Canvas LMS. The product was great, an easy-to-use, robust LMS with solid social features and a spectacular user interface.
No, NYU and Northwestern aren't discriminating against blind students. At least not by using Google Apps.
A new education category and several big edu players as launch partners are taking the Google Apps Marketplace from overwhelming to major value-add for Google Apps for Education customers.
AKA, "Administering Google Apps vs. Live@Edu"
A behind the scenes look at administering Google Apps for Education - It doesn't get much easier than this.
Boutiques.com: Not much for us guys, but a whole lot behind the scenes for us techies.
The apps numbers game isn't much of a differentiating factor for iOS and Android. What we really need is to advance the state of the mobile browser (which is pretty darned advanced already).
Is the Android Market really that bad? Apparently it's deficient enough for people to be seriously looking for alternatives.