I’ve decided to cover H2C live in 2 formats: My Live Blog for the Outlaws and Inlaws for friends and families of our team, and a Live H2C Twitter Feed from all sorts of participants and bloggers.
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I’ll be running for Team Fuller in the 2010 Hood to Coast Relay. Our team will be live blogging the event, and you can catch all the wacky action live with updates and pictures. Join us in the fun.
…if according to the trends, Joomla is the CMS of choice for most websites, how could I leave it out? This also begs the question: if Joomla is so popular, why have I not worked with it yet? And that last question is what’s been bugging me for the past few days, and it has led me to my latest project: The Drupal v. Joomla Challenge.
Welcome TechStart Spring Conference Participants I thought I should say hello to my fellow CS, web design, & other various and sundry technology teachers at the Techstart & OCSTA Spring Conference. I have spared no expense to bring you the latest in open and free tools for use in the classroom and doing what we [...]
If you’re going to call Thanksgiving, “Turkey Day,” you might as well call Christmas, “Tree Day” (or “Highly Decorated Tree Day”). For that matter, you might as well call Easter, “Colorful Egg Day” and Independence Day, “Firecracker Day.” Then, we should call Halloween, “Pumpkin Day” and Veterans’ Day, well, Veterans’ Day. If it’s all about [...]
A student of mine posted the poem and link on my school’s moodle, and I had to pass this on to any of my readers….It shows the dangers of relying too heavily on technology to do our work.
So now, I’m feeling a shadow of guilt creep over my shoulder. It’s the same feeling I used to get when email was all the rage, and an acquaintance told me to fill out a survey about myself and forward it to 10 people, so I could have good luck.
Calling all Code Red-swilling teen computer geeks! The US Air Force wants you. In light of all the cybercrime threats and warnings, the US Air Force is seeking new recruits to train to fight on the front optical-fiber lines. It’s about time, in light of all the buzz about China’s PLA cadre of cyberwarriors. The [...]
Unfortunately, I learned that we teachers don’t have the corner on this week for being appreciated. Apparently, this week also celebrates…
So I had my students watch the video, Beyond Human while I was on my conference. The first half was all about how humans and computers will merge more and more as we develop technology, and the second half was how robots are becoming more human-like. For example, they had an experiment where they put [...]