Tag Archives: education

The rise of infographics and the future of search

The kind of search you can use when you don't know exactly what you're looking for. Which Google sucks at.
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TV? Is that you? Weird running into you here. Uh… well, this is awkward.

I'm sure there's someone still out there for you. Someone who appreciates you, who doesn't mind limited news viewpoints and endless reality programming. There will always be people who enjoy being in a near-comatose state for hours at a time.
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How I sold out to work for the devil and why I blame systems theory

Lots of stuff effects stuff. If you have a problem in a system, you have to look at the whole system. This way of thinking is apparently alien to some people.
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Why no one will ever care about the boring, complicated crap you’re working on

"Sesame Street was built around a single, breakthrough insight: that if you can hold the attention of children, you can educate them" - Malcolm Gladwell
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NASA MMOG looks like serious brand egagement win

Despite being unfortunately described as "the America’s Army of STEM education", I have high hopes for NASA's upcoming moon base MMOG.
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5 reasons games are the freaking best way to educate

I don't know if you've heard of this game called Oregon Trail, but its kind of a big deal. I hadn't played Oregon trail in 15 years until last Tuesday when I came across the original Apple ][ version AND TOTALLY PWNED IT.
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