I've featured NComputing a few times in this blog, largely focusing on their solutions that turn a single workstation into as many as 10 workstations using thin client technologies. In particular, I wrote about NComputing's successful bid (beating out Intel and OLPC) to provide thin-client computers to as many as 1.
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The New York Times ran an article this past weekend on Chegg.com (short for chicken and egg), a growing textbook rental service.
We hired a new business and technology teacher this summer to replace a retiring veteran. I've been working with her as she prepares to take over my web design and general computing courses (I'm all math and physics this year!
Intel CEO, Paul Otellini, announced today at an event in Washington, D.C.
Educators! You now have until April 21st to submit contributions to the Classroom 2.0 book!
Anyone have a cool million or two to invest? No? Oh well...then someone should steal my ideas.
Dell hardware plus high-quality software plus a platform-agnostic back end spells robust, replicable professional development for educators.
Thinking of submitting a college application that isn't 100% original? Think again.
The Royalston Digital School doesn't exist. It's a fictitious school on which I occasionally jot down notes about the optimal use of technology to enhance education. This is part 1 of a 2-part series on how such a school could change the way we look at secondary education.
For what I spend on toner every year, I could buy quite a few Eees. I could, in fact, think of countless ways to spend that money.