I guess that its better to just have videos versus just ranting all the time 😉
And then there are pieces such as:
- Multitouch, Multiuser Table at the California Science Center and WeSpace and the i-Land Roomware: Second Generation of Interactivity (via Interactive Multimedia Technology)
- Shaping Tech for the Classroom (via Edutopia)
Now, given what’s possible now. Why are we still doing the old?
Update: A comment that I IMed to a friend after this posted kind of hits on why these links (and many more) keep me piqued with use and interest:
the more I’m in mobile, the more I’m wanting touch, connected, and data interactions that are more fluid than the PC/laptop/siloed app experience we are used to …its to the point now that I’m not even taking a laptop home, its just a cludge all around