Month: May 2010

Huggies’ New Invention: Jean Diapers? – TIME NewsFeed It’s the end of the world as we know it… (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)

As technological skills become synonymous with literacy, it is imperative that students learn to use emerging real-time technologies for research, experimentation, problem-solving, collaboration and creativity. Tech-savvy teachers are already taking advantage of these very technologies to build their own skills and lesson plans. The Real Time Web & K-12 Education – In and Out of …

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Young digital natives are training their brains for technological expertise but are not developing neural networks that modulate the ability to maintain eye contact during a conversation, recognize non-verbal cues, and perceive and convey empathy. iHUMAN | Adbusters Culturejammer Headquarters

Even with cheap printed books, you can tell that someone proofed every page. With many e-books, they’ve clearly just been run through a converter with no proofing whatsoever. Daring Fireball Linked List: Texts, as Opposed to Books Astute comment from Gruber that reminds me of the transition from handwritten manuscripts and texts (often laboriously copied) …

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Pay Per VOIP Me initially: “yay! Finally.” Me after reading description: “wait, really? Sigh.” I have no issue paying for services. However, paying for 3G calls via Skype even though I already pay Skype and ATT seems a little… opportunistic by the vendors? Just sayin’

Summa Theologica (for Thomas Whitley)

McCormick Field is a Beautiful Ballpark

Don’t Forget Your Towel Today

Towel Day is an annual celebration on the 25th of May, as a tribute to the late author Douglas Adams (1952-2001). On that day, fans around the universe proudly carry a towel in his honour. http://towelday.org/

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