Monthly Archives: April 2012

Worldreader and biNu

Worldreader is a US and European non-profit whose mission is to make digital books available to children in the developing world, so millions of people can improve their lives. As of March 2012, they have “put over 75,000 e-books – and … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning: Education is Everywhere

This is an article I wrote for the “Tech Beat” column for the Times-Standard: Darrell is a part-time student who does not own a car. Every Tuesday and Thursday, he takes the hour-long bus ride to school. Like many students … Continue reading

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Innovation: Of Tide Mills and TED Talks

Tide mills, along with riverine ship mills, were a major early medieval technological advance, allowing to tap the tidal power along the Atlantic Coast for milling. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Watching TED Talks this morning made me think about how different the … Continue reading

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