April 30, 2009
Was talking with one of my mentors, Gary Babiuk, about a presentation I’m doing next week on Reggio Emilia inspired science for a conference in Winnipeg. I told him that I was going to find the most tech reticent person in the room and give them my video camera to document everything. Without instructions, of […]
April 29, 2009
I don’t know if I’m going to participate in Blogging Against Disablism Day until I’ve read more, but I’m pretty sure I will.
April 21, 2009
cat finger puppets, originally uploaded by jasonnolan.
April 20, 2009
Ridley Scott’s Forever War to be 3D: author Joe Haldeman enthusiastic – SFFMedia I’m a big fan of Haldeman’s novel… enough to get it autographed by him at ICFA a few years ago. Read it in high school, I think. Nick Davis lent it to me. I think I still have his copy.
April 19, 2009
Twilight & New Moon: Plagarized?! Her own professor says so!
April 18, 2009
Nine Reasons to Twitter in Schools Why should educators get involved with Twitter? Here are nine reasons. 1. Together we’re better Twitter can be like a virtual staffroom where teachers can access in seconds a stream of links, ideas, opinions, and resources from a hand-picked selection of global professionals. 2. Global or local: you choose […]
April 16, 2009
I found this on the Wrong Planet website: Missing Qld boy rides bike to Sydney A 15-year-old Brisbane boy with Asperger’s syndrome who went missing for two weeks has been found in Sydney, after riding his bike more than 950km down the Pacific Highway…. He had as good a reason as any for the epic […]
April 16, 2009
Slashdot | Bell Proposing Usage Based Billing points to Bell proposal puts ‘unlimited internet’ plans in jeopardy, critics say on the CBC web site. There’s so much going on now to limit access to what goes on on the internet on a variety of fronts from Amazon’s recent gaff, to attacks on Net Neutrality, censorship. […]
April 13, 2009
Just learned about BetterWorldBooks.com: The online bookstore with a soul Better World Books collects and sells books online to fund literacy initiatives worldwide. With more than two million new and used titles in stock, we’re a self-sustaining, triple-bottom-line company that creates social, economic and environmental value for all our stakeholders.