Category archives for Technology
Get all the information about people and concepts mentioned in the video here: Web 3.0 from Kate Ray on Vimeo.
Dynamically Programmable Alarm Clock: Though it ignores biology – the sleep cycles (which some alarm clocks now measure and use) – this is nifty nonetheless.
I first saw Hashtag Art (on Twitter) at #140conf last week. These guys start with a picture, as a canvass. Then, as people tweet using a particular hashtag, their avatars become pieces of the mosaic, gradually building the image as event is happening. It took about two days, the duration of the meeting, to fill…
WWW2010 is starting tonight. Interested to know more about it? Sure, here’s the brief history: The World Wide Web was first conceived in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. The first conference of the series, WWW1, was held at CERN in 1994 and organized by Robert Cailliau. The IW3C2 was founded by…
This is what Dave Winer planned to say. This is what he ended up saying:
This week in NYC, at #140 conf, I was most impressed by the talks and panels about education, and the use of online technologies, Web, and particularly social networks like Twitter in the classroom. You know I am interested in this – just search my blog for names like “David Warlick” and “Stacy Baker”, or…
Angela Shelton (@angelashelton), an Asheville NC native, gave a powerful talk at the 140conf in NYC this week:
In this talk, Jeff references his TEDx talk and a couple of his recent blog posts: The problem with comments isn’t them and News(paper) in the cloud:
[Hat-tip: "If you want to understand the future...don't pay attention to how technology is changing, pay attention to how childhood is changing."]
And here are the notes – rethinking the classroom. Completely.