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Changing the World through Software

February 9th, 2007 No comments

I ran across this video while reading the Thingology Blog. If you haven’t checked out their web2.0 site for books, you should. I’ll warn you, it can be addicting though. And Tim quoted Chris Anderson (of Long Tail fame) saying, “this is why I do what I do.”

I want to change the world through software that connects people. As an educator, I believe in the power of connecting people so that we can learn about the world around us and about ourselves. This video inspires me…

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gmP4nk0EOE[/youtube]

The Macintosh Way

November 21st, 2006 No comments

Some of you may even remember the book of this title. I thought I would borrow a little from Guy Kawasaki and put you all on notice that the primary subject of this blog will be Apple Computer and all things Macintosh. I’ve been in the industry since 1993 and left recently to pursue a dream of teaching. Still, I follow the industry closely and here I get a chance to comment on what I see happening.

My other interests are web2.0 and social software, particularly as it relates to education and personal organization. I think I might have some things to say about that as well.

For now, some links to my favorite web sites (mostly so I can test the link preview feature I added to this blog) are Flickr and del.icio.us.

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