The Internet of Things is Coming EE Journal Wherever you turn there are stories about the Internet of Things (IoT). The numbers are enormous, with many trillions of end-point “Things” being casually tossed into the discussions.
Neurotech industry sets its mind on video games The Seattle Times Observers say this is making people more comfortable with the idea of wearing technology that includes sensors to collect tremendous amounts of the most intimate data.
Is Technology Creating a Generation of Bad Decision Makers? Huffington Post (blog) Decision making is another aspect of children's thinking that seems to be suffering as a result of the latest technology.
The story of Hansel and Gretel is not actually about Hansel or Gretel. You are surrounded by examples and lessons and case studies that clearly aren't exactly about your project. There's never been a book written precisely ...
A Better Standard of Better Design Huffington Post The green building movement, by offering an objective set of principles for good performance based on the use of resources and the promotion of healthier habitats, has shifted the measure of good...
IEEE Spectrum Intel Takes Aim at "Cool Technology" IEEE Spectrum AllThingsD says it will focus at least in part on "ultra-mobile products" and quotes a statement from the company that "the group will be tasked with turning cool technology and...
K-12 Blended Learning and Disruptive Innovation Theory National Review Online (blog) Clayton M. Christensen, Michael B. Horn, and Heather Staker have a new paper on the coming transformation of K-12 education.
The problem is that Wikipedia in the classroom has gotten a bad reputation in the K-12 world, undeservedly so I think. I would suggest that Wikipedia can be used for a multitude of educational purposes at a wide variety of grade levels.
Online learning gets fresh look from a heavyweight CBS News (MoneyWatch) With college costs continuing to climb beyond Americans' ability to pay, there is a real possibility that the world of higher education will join the ranks of newspapers,...
4 Reasons Why Social Media Should be Taught in Our School Systems Huffington Post The top 5 social media sites combined have nearly 2 BILLION users (2). Smartphone users, on average, check their Facebook status 14 times per day.
Last Call for 2013 Library Design Showcase Submissions American Libraries This is the final week to submit your library for American Libraries' 2013 Library Design Showcase, our annual feature celebrating the best new and newly renovated or...
InsideCounsel Mobile Apps Drive Rapid Change in Searches New York Times Google has repeatedly made the argument — and the commission agreed — that the speed of change in the technology industry made it impossible for regulators to impose...
Is K--12 Blended Learning Disruptive? Forbes Clayton Christensen joined Heather Staker, who has authored all four of our papers, and me in writing this paper, which takes a different approach from our past discussions of blended learning.
Closing the learning-time gap Philadelphia Public School Notebook They are not getting enough time in structured learning environments. Using high school as the point of comparison, let's see how learning time varies among types of schools.
PetaPixel Google uses machine learning to pull your personal photos into search results The Verge But hidden behind the new functionality are new machine-learning algorithms, which will allow users to make detailed queries using natural language.
Economic Times Startups at Next Big Idea showcase technology solutions to improve life Economic Times Technology that aims to make life better was the dominant theme for the products showcased by startups at Next Big Idea, a business plan...
Co.Design The Future Of Technology Isn't Mobile, It's Contextual Co.Design Mobile technology isn't interesting because it's a new form factor. It's interesting because it's always with the user and because it's equipped with sensors.
The Guardian Search me: online reputation management The Guardian A few weeks ago, I Googled a pub to find out where it was. I clicked on the map that came up, for a larger view of the surrounding area.
azcentral Study the world through Osher Lifelong Learning Institute azcentral Arizona State University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a mind trip for any senior who wants to stay vital intellectually and socially.
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