9 different interviews with 9 very different companies, highlighting news and announcements from this year's ISTE conference in San Diego.
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While it is becoming increasingly common (and easy) for lectures to be placed online as videos or podcasts, such media can often be very limited in their utility. For example, I missed a lecture last week for my numerical analysis class.
It ain't the Jetsons, but personal robots have come a long way. I still want Rosie for Father's day, but I'll take any of the robots I've been testing as a surrogate for the time being.
No, really...the Robot is an essential member of the family.
Where's Rosie the Robot when you need her?
Have Bill Gates and Barack Obama been talking? Because Bill Gates has some big plans for community colleges.
The Asus Eee ultraportable has achieved unexpected success and is shipping in the millions of units. Several school districts have adopted this small, low-power laptop to facilitate 1:1 initiatives, despite a higher cost than initially expected and a "something other than Windows" operating system.
I was actually asked this question yesterday by one of my physics students. He was surprised to see a figure of 32 in his pre-calculus book associated with the acceleration due to gravity on earth, rather than the 9.
The Sky wifi smartpen from Livescribe makes a pen and paper work in a tablet world.
Sorry, folks...I just took the kids to a special late-night showing of Transformers.