For a <rant> on how we got here (plus some fun with HTML), see this month’s “From the Editor’s Desk“ Back in the early days, the World Wide Web was a specialized place, and a browser was a separate (free) Continue reading A Browser is a Browser is a Browser
OK, hold off, this isn’t another “Get off my lawn!” editorial from an old dog who refuses to learn new tricks. I have Twitter/Facebook/Flickr/Google/Tumblr accounts, a smart phone (and, yes, I text – a lot!), and I just canceled my Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: The Case for Email
Upworthy is particularly good at inducing sharing on Facebook There are a lot of folks who will argue that reading isn’t, in fact, on the way out. What with the advent of the Internet, social networking, and the personal Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: The Death of Reading
BYOD PD Has Been Moved! Due to illness, today’s PD, “Are You Ready for BYOD?” has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov. 15, at Morton Middle School Library. Come discuss what all this means! “Bring your own device” (BYOD) means students Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: Does BYOD mean BYOS?
In a recent posting on EDTECH, the international discussion list part of the Humanities Network (H-Net) at Michigan State for which I’m a moderator, several participants voiced the opinion that mobile devices such as the iPad and smart phone Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: Mobile Computing and the Polyester Leisure Suit