Li-f-e is OpenSUSE's Linux for Education product. While this product has been quietly maturing, it has, to some extent fallen off my radar. However, the latest features announced today with this release of OpenSUSE's educational distribution have me downloading as fast as my BitTorrent client will allow.
Latest from Christopher Dawson
So here I am, taking one last quickie vacation for the summer. It's mighty quick, and it's all mixed up with fitting in work now that end-of-summer-panic-mode has kicked into high gear, but it means that, at least on Monday, my writing/working ability will be limited.
I would maintain that kids are far more dangerous to themselves and their long-term career prospects than the average Internet predator.
Well, yes...I'm a parent, and a teacher, and the database administrator for our SIS, which supports parent/student portals.
Ever noticed what a pain in the butt it is to teach teachers? They gab, chatter, giggle, and do everything for which they give students detentions.
ePals, Dell, and Agilix...really makes me wish I was back in the classroom with a room full of kids, laptops at the ready.
Earlier this week, I wrote about my need for a speedy solution to my Learning Management System debacle. I received plenty of encouragement to jump on the Moodle train (and with good reason - I've seen a lot of really successful implementations embraced by teachers and students), but in the end, some talking with school principals and teachers led me in a different direction.
Adobe does it again, this time with a cool set of tools that begs for students to be creative (and learn a thing or two about pro design on the way).
Antitrust and regulatory concerns be damned, I want high-speed Internet. If Google has to provide it since Verizon won't step up to the plate, that's fine by me.
Except on the desktop