Variety of assorted programs: Innovate Oregon – Spearheaded by TAO with programs in Amity, Dayton, Newberg, Willamina, and Yamhill-Carlton. TiE Young Entrepreneurs – School year program with state competition in May. Tualatin Mobile Makerspace – Product of the ABC competition that's now transforming to a Tualatin STEAM non-profit. Oregon Robotics Program – Amazingly broken website. […]
Hazelbrook Middle School part of Tualatin's 'STEAM pipeline'. Look at me, doing something that's not on the computer. Oh wait, I'm on the computer.
Response given in Leah’s nutrition class: On the internet, I used web addresses that ended in “gov”, “edu”, or “org” because the textbook indicates any web address ends in“gov”, “edu”, or “org” provide reliable information. I trust the information from these websites. Houston, we have a very serious problem.
Blogging about the conference I want to attend this year because I don’t have the bandwidth to put it together. Let’s call it AgencyCon. The key idea is to bring together a bunch of agencies that build on top of WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and whatever other frameworks. Personally, here’s what I’d like to get out […]
New techniques and technologies are born monthly and it takes two years to get a new class through. Major new forms of media arise in less time than it takes to get a PhD. I doubt academia will handle the digital age well. It still hasn’t accepted that this is the biggest leap since Gutenberg […]
How to run a good workshop. Very useful tips from Scott Berkun.
First, the people running the old system don’t notice the change. When they do, they assume it’s minor. Then that it’s a niche. Then a fad. And by the time they understand that the world has actually changed, they’ve squandered most of the time they had to adapt. It’s been interesting watching this unfold in […]
Let’s put it this way: if you can build a $100 billion company by using the Internet to replace the college yearbook — imagine what you can do if you use the Internet to replace college. Robert Tracinski — Bigger Than Facebook
Elizabeth Eisenstein, our leading Gutenberg scholar, says that after the press, people no longer needed to use rhyme as a tool to memorize recipes and other such information. Instead, we now relied on text printed on paper. I have no doubt that curmudgeons at the time lamented lost skills. Text became our new collective memory. […]