More iPhone Tech Talks

It seems like just a month ago (ok 2 months ago) that Apple sent me an email with information on the first iPhone Tech Talks. Now more iPhone Tech Talks are scheduled during October and November for Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Seattle, Minneapolis, and Atlanta. As a bonus, despite the proximity to his residence, I […]

Cheat This Book- Gadgets, Games & Gizmos

I’m barely in "Gen-X." I’m about 12 years too young to truly appreciate the Abbie Hoffman reference I just made. I’m about 12 years too old to be a real "gamer." Nonetheless, here I am in my 40’s staying up late to write a book report on Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning by Karl […]

Learning in 2012 with the Masie Learning Consortium

As a Masie Fellow, I participate in monthly Masie Learning Consortium calls hosted by Elliot Masie. This month’s call was on Learning in 2012. I won’t give away the store and undermine the value of Consortium, but I’d like to share a few interesting thoughts from the discussion of what learning organizations and training will […]

1 Million Hours of Coaching

I stumbled on to a great little untold story of a coaching success. In early August, I finally got around to watching the Walt Mossberg & Kara Swisher interview of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates from D5 last Spring (free iTunes video podcast here, but you can probably find it elsewhere too). First off, it […]

SALT Call for Papers

The Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT) has a call for papers. Abstracts are due September 15, 2007. Authors of selected abstracts will be contacted September 30, 2007. Papers are due January 20, 2008 and the SALT New Learning Technologies Conference is February 20-22, 2008. Paper/presentation topics include: Mobile Computing, Handhelds & PDAs Knowledge Management […]