Sunday, August 02, 2009

Around the Horn: Aug 2nd, 2009

Big couple of days in the ed tech blogosphere and lots of new stuff posted. Here's a sampling of some of the best.

Nash wants us to back off and let learners learn.

Ira reminisces to 1999:
I remember that we went further - suggesting that the days of "computer labs" in schools were already past, and that standard machine set-ups made no sense.

Will realizes he's a technoslave (though I thought that was a KMFDM song circa 1991).

McLeod reports on a school failing in their bid to use cellphone jamming equipment in an attempt to keep Obi Wan Kenobi from infiltrating the Social Death Star.

Pappas tests out Wiffiti as an excuse to attend a kick-butt rock concert.

And Becker takes his 'Still Separate, Still Unequal' series to the doorstep of the digital divide.

Read up folks: you are living in a period of remarkable ed writers.

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