Oh, Borders...I love your Seattle's-best-coffee-serving stores, but apparently you missed the memo: the black and white e-reader has been done already.
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HP's Slate computer, while still not available, is the closest thing to market so far that could be pitted head to head against the iPad. Despite some bumps for early adopters, though, the iPad has the potential to be mighty successful, especially with a new smaller version already in the works and a large ecosystem of apps and developers who cut their teeth on the enormously successful iPhone.
Have you read the National Broadband Plan? If you're having trouble sleeping, it's available as a 376-page, 12MB PDF right here.
I know it's a long shot. I can't compete with Topeka and have the town selectmen rename our little town Google.
Cell phones in schools are usually discussed in the context of being banned or the latest sexting scandal. However, how will our students ultimately access the countless terabytes of data they will need to process? If you said "On a smartphone," you're probably correct.
I'm just not seeing it, folks. Is a "rah rah, stay in school" speech from the President really such a bad thing to let kids watch online? It's better than most of what they watch on YouTube.