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Steve Madsen

New improved Bluetooth is ten times faster - Technology - smh.com.au - 0 views

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    The next version of the Bluetooth wireless technology is expected to transfer data 10 times faster than the current incarnation.
Steve Madsen

SF Mayor Gavin Newsom Tweets His Way Into The Race For California Governor - 0 views

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    This morning San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom announced his bid for California Governor via Twitter,
Julie Lindsay

MICDS and Flat Classroom project - 0 views

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    Amy, AP Statistics teacher at MICDS in St Louis talks ot a parent gathering about her AP Stats class and their involvement in Flat Classroom project 2008.
    Excellent review of the project and how it can be integrated across the curriculum.
Vicki Davis

So, what is outsourcing and why do we do it? - grownupdigital - 0 views

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    IN this post over on netgened, it explains why we outsource video, how this works, and the thinking behind why we have outsourcing.

    This is a fundamental component of flat classroom projects, except for digiteen, which does not have a video component.
Julie Lindsay

No Future Left Behind - 0 views

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    This film was created as the Keynote for Net Generation Education Project:
    http://netgened.wikispaces.com
    When kids at the Suffern Middle School were asked to talk about education and their future, they gave Peggy Sheehy, the SMS media specialist, an earful. Listen and learn the bits of wisdom that can be gleaned from the students, if we only dare to ask them.
    Students from The Elisabeth Morrow School Tech Club contributed machinima created in Quest Atlantis.
    Marianne Malmstrom (aka Knowclue) worked remotely with the students of Suffern to create machinima of their avatars on Teen Second Life.
    Original music, "Harpsicord" was created by a former Suffern Middle School student, Larry Bordowitz.
    All editing was done by Peggy Sheehy and Marianne Malmstrom.
Julie Lindsay

Writing in the 21st Century - 0 views

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    A report from the national Council of Teachers of English (USA)
    A call to support 21st century writing as well as an historical perspective
Julie Lindsay

YouTube - Elizabeth Gilbert: A new way to think about creativity - 0 views

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    Eat, Pray, Love" Author Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses -- and shares the radical idea that, instead of the rare person "being" a genius, all of us "have" a genius. It's a funny, personal and surprisingly moving talk.
Julie Lindsay

From Knowledgable to Knowledge-able: Learning in New Media Environments | Academic Commons - 0 views

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    A must-read Article by Michael Wesch, author of the video The Machine is Us-ing them
Julie Lindsay

Vandalism or An Accidental Overwrite: A Wiki Warning by Millersville University's Olive... - 0 views

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    An excellent document describing a 'wiki-war' incident in a class situation.
Julie Lindsay

Sounding Board Success | always learning - 0 views

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    Kim Cofino, the Flat Classroom Project 2008 Sounding Board leader, writes about the experience at her school ISB
Steve Madsen

Beginning to see the light - Oz focus - 0 views

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    This article predicts what may happen in the future based on current experiments between universities. Gives some nice history. Some good material for a wiki.
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    Smarr is one of the people who can legitimately claim the benefit of foresight. He is one of the internet's architects, one of the academics who connected their universities using slow, slow dial-up modem links, just to see what would happen next. He has seen this communication highway grow, and is still at the forefront of research as he explores what he calls "ultra-broadband", asking the question: what will cyberspace look like when it is 10,000 times its current speed?
Steve Madsen

Point, Click, Save Your Brain - 0 views

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    A possible social implication on the use of the web. May spark an idea for a segment of video?
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    Researchers studying the aging process have found that surfing the Web may improve the memories of middle-aged and older adults.
Steve Madsen

Why Android's 'kill switch' is a good thing | ITworld - 0 views

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    Article explains that malicious applications can be removed from the android phone. iPhone has the same feature. May give some inspiriation for a segment of vision?
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    Everyone's all a-twitter over the so-called "kill switch" found in Google's first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1. Here's the thing, though: Not only is it not a big deal -- it's actually a good thing.
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