OLPC Arriving Soon, Mosquito Nets Already in Mali

Two cool updates with cool videos too. First off, the OLPC Give One, Get One ‘XO’ laptops are on their way. I got an email note on Saturday morning indicating mine should arrive by January 15. Coincidentally, I just stumbled on to a fascinating video with XO designer Yves Behar describing key features. Watching the […]

Kindle Review for the Masie Consortium

I’ve had an Amazon Kindle for a week now. In fact, I’ve even read a book already and passed it on to friends and colleagues to get their feedback. It was kind of cool to get the jump on folks like ZDNet and have real Amazon Kindle review done by last Monday. Their “initial impressions” […]

OLPC GO,GO Extended and/or Help Stop Malaria for $10

Last night on TV I saw am advertising spot for the OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) initiative that featured Masi Oka (Hiro Nakamura from NBC’s Heroes) and then I went and checked online and it looks like the offer is extended through December 31, 2007. If you’d still like to try out the Give One, […]

Live from Learning 2007 (twitter and wiki)

I’m already at Coronado Springs for Learning 2007. I doubt that I’ll really do much blogging at all while I’m here. However, as a Masie Fellow, I try to dabble in what may be avant-garde for learning, so I’ll try to update my own twitter more often. I also created a L07 (L-zero-7) twitter at […]

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 […]

Synchronicity: Is ISD Dead or am I dead tired?

I am at Masie’s Learning 2006 having a great time working, learning and networking. This is the most lively I’ve seen this conference or its predecessor since 1998 or so. Lots of GREAT speakers, new ideas, new vibrant attendees, fun things, compelling discussions/sharing and cool technologies too. I’ve posted to the Learning 2006 Wiki twice […]