Who is the MySpace Generation? Why Do We Care?

Who is the MySpace Generation? What is different about them? Why should we care? ISTE will be holding a Webinar on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2008 at 3:00 CST entitled Learner 2.0: The MySpace Generation by Chris O’Neal. These are some resources that might be useful for you to review before […]

How Would YOU Create Your Future?

The best way to predict the future …is to create it. – Alan Kay Yes, it is exciting, bewildering and even scary to try to decide you would like to be able to do if you could do ANYTHING in the future. I recently asked the students in one of […]

What’s Your Epsonality?

I don’t believe it. I actually enjoyed having Epson survey me and select a printer that will best fit my needs. Don’t know if you have seen this yet, but Epson now has a website where you can answer a few questions and then they will suggest a printer for […]

Mapping My Friends with Frappr

R U My Friend (or colleague or associate or have heard of me or read this blog or semi-interested complete stranger)? If so, Click the Join button in the upper left corner of the map and place yourself on this Frappr map. You will notice that I already have a […]

Life is Easier with Shorter URLs

I want to share an article from Businessweek that describes the best releases from the recent Consumer Electronics Show. This is easy, right? Just find the article on the web and then copy the URL to an email or blog post for you to use. Here’s one we can use […]

Governor Richardson Ends His Campaign

Well, it happened. Governor Bill Richardson has decided that he is no longer a viable candidate in the democratic race for president. Having received 2% in Iowa and 5% in New Hampshire, the governor didn’t have the money to continue through to Tsunami Tuesday in early February. I know that […]

Living Through Caucuses in Iowa – Part II

Continuation of Living Through Caucuses in Iowa – Part I Thursday night came and it was time to visit Schindler Education Center at the University of Northern Iowa to assume my role as a Richardson precinct captain. Three different democratic caucuses were begin held in this building in three different […]

Living Through Caucuses in Iowa – Part I

The Iowa caucus experience is different than anything in the country. I just learned that Wyoming just had their caucus but it isn’t anything that anyone noticed. (Will Anyone Notice Wyoming’s Caucuses) Besides, it is only for Republicans. Romney won 8 of the 12 delegates. Interestingly enough, the Democrats won’t […]

Map of OLPC Schools Around the World

<br><small><a href=”http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&ie=UTF8&cd=1&om=0&msa=0&msid=114558805698125207804.000440a3d84313e9c1ecd&ll=-18.229351,-47.724609&spn=90,0&t=h&source=embed” style=”color: rgb(0, 0, 255); text-align: left;”>View Larger Map</a></small><br>GUESS WHAT? I found a map of the schools that are using the OLPC XO computers. I have embedded the map into this posting (pretty cool, eh?) but you can find the map along with the listing of schools on the […]