ICT in Education

Review of the Livescribe 4Gb Pulse Pen

Here are my thoughts about this amazing gizmo.
Derek Wenmoth's blog is here: http://blog.core-ed.net/derek/
Livescribe's 4Gb Pulse Pen is described here: http://www.livescribe.com/store/20070723002/p-231.htm
The video lasts for just under 8 minutes.

Hazardous Environments

I was working in Jersey last week, and came across this sign.

The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book: An Update On Downloads

This ebook has now been downloaded at least 10,056 times. Why the lack of precision? Because lots of people Over 10,000 downloads in less than 3 weeks!

Why Schools Cannot Ignore Web 2.0: Commercial Factors

#iCTLT2010 Last week I looked at the economic drivers for change. Turning now to commercial factors, I’ve called this set of factors ‘commercial’ rather than ‘economic’ because they concern financial matters.

Review of the Flip Video

Since the introduction of the Flip Pocket Video Recorder a couple of years ago, several variations on the theme have been put on the market, both by rivals and Flip themselves. I thought it might be interesting to read what I said about it, and what it might be used for, back in June 2008.

The Secret of Success

We all strive to be successful in our chosen field. Go into any bookshop and you'll be confronted by hundreds of self-help books on the subject. But, as usual, Lucy Kellaway has brought her incisive and acerbic wit to bear on the problem. The result is that she has distilled the advice into three things:

Too Overbearing By Half

There is a danger in overselling your services.
Being too overbearing simply does not work.

New to Web 2.0? Here is a Book Review of a Great Book For You -- by Mike Nardine

New to Web 2.0? Here is a Book Review of a Great Book For You By Mike Nardine
Exploring Web 2.0:Second Generation Interactive Tools-Blogs, Podcasts, Wikis, Networking, Virtual Worlds, and More By Ann Bell Katy Crossing Press 2009 Copyright
Web 2.0? Whatever happened to Web 1.0? For that matter what's the difference? And even more to the point, who cares?

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Let's Hear It For The Digital Pioneers

#gbl10 Here's a new game you can play next time you attend a conference: see how long it is before someone quotes Edison or Churchill on the meaning of success. Sooner or later someone is going to show a slide with

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