Andy gives in and goes live with a plain green sheet as chromakey is not working. Today Andy and also Martha talk about a neat Google Hangout feature and a Florida School Board member who took the 10th grade standardized test. Find out how he did.
Google Plus now allows pages for business and organizations to have a presence there and Tim sits down with Leigh Ellis, a student aide at DTLT, to talk about how the social media landscape is changing from the days of Myspace and Friendster to what’s on the horizon.
It’s Friday again and Andy’s alone on the cuddle couch, or is he? Actually Zack Dowell at Folsom Lakes College in California is hosting the Innovation in Educational Technology Unconference. Andy, Todd Conaway, and Mikhail Greshovich join Zack and his fellow attendees in talking about technology and personal networks.
Google announced yesterday a slew of features for Google Plus, specifically related to the Hangouts. We decided to take them for a test drive with a few folks and the discussion led more and more to just how pervasive Google has become in our lives. What happens when the biggest threat to large companies like Blackboard is itself a very large company that holds the right to pull the rug out at any moment?
With all the credentialed “big thinkers” out of the office Andy and Tim get to sit down and talk media. In this episode we reminisce our home theater setups of yore, software of the time, and where the industry as a whole seems to be headed for delivering content to the living room.