Two years ago, billionaire CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX visionary Elon Musk made headlines when he released designs for the ‘Hyperloop’ Transport System, theoretically capable of rapidly transporting people from Los Angeles to San Francisco via a tube in under 30 minutes. Now the startup aspiring to bring the Hyperloop to life recently announced plans to begin construction on a full-scale, passenger-ready Hyperloop in 2016.
Thou shall not sin. But that does that include Googling yourself? In Seven Digital Deadly Sins, watch video confessions, read first person accounts & weigh in with your judgement. Participate in an interactive reflection of our digital selves.
**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do...
Olli Hatakka's insight:
This is just to remind us that the old hazards with the integration of technology have not vanished...These four are still those to watch out.
Finland tops the Press Freedom Index for the fifth year in a row. Three Nordic countries are in top of the list: Finland is followed by Norway and Denmark. The Press Freedom index is an annual index made by The Reporters without Borders. The index ranks...
Many teachers who have left established educational systems for one reason or another have found themselves carving out specialist niches from their own talents and passions. They cater for groups, individuals, and even free, open, massive communities. They personalize the learning experience for student clients, earn a living, and pay it forward through helping others.
This post was co-authored with Becky Ross and Shannon Gorman, both MBA students at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. Social media is an increasingly important tactic in companies’ marketing strategy and yet results from The CMO Survey continue to indicate that many companies manage social media as a separate [...]
A study of marketers released today confirms that the skills and technologies needed to deliver well-orchestrated omni-channel customer experiences are lacking at most companies. The research conducted by Signal, a marketing technology firm, quantifies the gap between expected benefits of integrated marketing platforms and the current state of fragmented systems. [...]
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