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This week I had an interesting experience. I received and email that was vague, but critical, about a project I had been working on. Like anyone, I hate having to mull over everything I have done wrong. I do make it a point to … Continue reading
If you do not get the reference made by the title, then you you can spend the day trying to figure it out. Improve your Google skills, or whatever. I know that my fellow podcaster, Preston, will get it, and … Continue reading
Next week, I will be taking part in a Google Apps for Education training event. The target training group- school administrators. So I decided to warm-up, and get a feel for the content and the delivery. I thought, “who is … Continue reading
Many moons ago, when I was a young college lad, I studied many things. Among them was economics. I spent many days and nights reading about various models, and eventually found great interest in the Japanese concept of just in … Continue reading
For a while I have been working on a book that centers around teaching robotics. One of the most import things about robotics is the “eureka moment”, when all of the frustration results in a solution. Today, something devious and … Continue reading
On a very regular basis, I deal with dead or dying harddrives, USB devices, and other forms of storage media. Many times I am helping rescue or repair a drive that has been used for backing-up another drive. In most … Continue reading
I went on springbreak. I had a great time. I destroyed, I mean completely destroyed my phone. I was in Krakow, Poland. It was cold. The ground was frozen. I had my gloves on. I tried to extract my phone … Continue reading
Recently I have seen numerous articles on higher education funding cuts, and tuition increases. This made me wonder what the current technology model is above K-12. I am doing some quick and simple research on the state of technology resources … Continue reading
Today I was working with some Grade 5 students on a robotics project. I was helping two girls fix a friction problem with their wheels. I said, “There are numerous ways to do this, but I find this way to … Continue reading