Thursday, August 03, 2006
- shades of Snow Crash: NewAssignment.net
- CrunchBoard is here (via)
- Media Life Magazine looks at IPTV
- Law and Letters takes a comprehensive look at law schools, WiFi, and laptops: "Law students are mature enough to know that whatever form the lecture/discussion takes (Powerpoint, classic lecture, or heavily Socratic/dialogic) there are also many ways to process the material (taking notes by hand, by laptop, or by making their own case briefs, or just listening) and that just as the professor has discretion in how s/he conveys the material, the student should have discretion in how s/he processes it."
- File sharing is not yet ready to join the online dinosaurs; you can say that again
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