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With Boston temporarily rescued from the ed reform fire sale, the rest of the country remains amidst a tantric bipartisan circle jerk over school privatization, with Republicans being especially despicable in their funneling of ed money to cronies.
Mobile has killed technical competence. We now all carry around computers that pretend to be mobile phones or tablets. Most people don’t even think of their phone as a computer. It’s a device to get quick and easy access to Google. It’s a device that allows us to take photos and post them to Facebook. It’s a device that allows us to play games and post our scores to Twitter. It’s a device that locks away the file system (or hides it from us). It’s a device that only allows installation of sanitised apps through a regulated app store. It’s a device whose hardware can’t be upgraded or replaced and will be obsolete in a year or two.
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