March 21, 2010
18:55:42 guest -> audio good now?
18:55:55 Sheila -> yes better.
18:58:44 Sheila -> But nothing like one person in the chat room! 😉
19:01:26 Sheila -> Don’t be offended later when I have to leave partway through the show . . .
19:03:05 dem -> dem = dawn
19:03:11 Sheila -> Hi Dawn!
19:03:16 dem -> hi
19:03:51 JenM -> http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/chi-healthcare-bill-html,0,970586.htmlpage
19:04:37 mslaneeus -> I’m not in the U.S.
19:05:33 dem -> @mslaneeus I’m canada too that’s ok though
19:05:57 mslaneeus -> @ dem Oh yay another Canuck!
19:07:05 JohnS -> FCC To Unveil National Broadband Plan: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=124705276
19:07:09 kristianstill -> Frying pan and fire
19:07:18 JohnS -> CNN: Boosting Broadband: http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/tech/2010/03/16/nr.fcc.boost.broadband.plan.cnn?iref=allsearch
19:07:23 JohnS -> National Broadband Plan: http://www.broadband.gov/
19:07:28 JohnS -> FCC releases some details of its broadband plan: http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/03/15/fcc.broadband.plan/index.html?hpt=T2
19:08:37 csitterley -> Yay for this-majority of the area in NW PA is still dial-up or at best really bad satellite
19:09:19 kristianstill -> Same conversation here in the UK "In short, the world available to those with superfast broadband will be unimaginably richer than to those without." PM
19:09:59 dem -> wow dial up ! I thought that was dinosaur.
19:10:24 JenM -> US Census (I can’t resist): http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2010/03/21/excellent-resources-on-the-census/
19:10:29 csitterley -> Yep-and many of our students still have that dinosaur
19:10:53 mslaneeus -> Me too. We’ve got tons of space and not a ton of people but haven’t heard of anyone who ‘has to’ be on dial up.
19:11:07 JohnS -> Smithsonian Human Origins Program: http://humanorigins.si.edu/
19:11:11 dem -> that says sooo much ..our poor students
19:11:50 kristianstill -> This is a very happy place tonight Jen
19:12:15 JenM -> 🙂
19:12:48 JohnS -> The Human Spark: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/humanspark/
19:13:17 JenM -> Twitter 4th birthday … http://thenextweb.com/socialmedia/2010/03/21/happy-birthday-twitter-bird-grown-2/
19:14:02 dem -> hee
19:14:38 kristianstill -> [b]now 50 million Tweets per day
19:15:29 kristianstill -> [b]here in UK www has been dropped?? USA?
19:15:32 dem -> Found it Aug 2006 – Twitter, which allows users to pepper one another with messages of 140 characters or less, has seen a dizzying surge in popularity since it was launched in August 2006
19:16:10 Sheila -> My students didn’t know what WWW was when they had to cite it!
19:16:11 JohnS -> Social Media Guidelines for Schools: http://socialmediaguidelines.pbworks.com/
19:16:30 kristianstill -> [b]not seeing in advertising
19:19:12 csitterley -> My district has given 7-12 email to students for over 12 years
19:19:40 csitterley -> Past 3 years have had google apps-including email
19:19:58 mslaneeus -> My district allows the schools to make the decisions. You can filter school by school.
19:20:06 kristianstill -> [b]Did Alan November present top 10 tools as voted by USA teens note allowed in USA schools? (Can easily delete USA)
19:20:24 JenM -> http://www.mondofacto.com/word-tools/
19:21:00 JohnS -> How I Became (Mostly) Google-free in About a Day: http://zenhabits.net/2010/03/google-free/
19:22:01 Sharon P -> that is almost hilarious
19:22:55 kristianstill -> [b]Really?
19:22:59 JenM -> Another google knows a lot about me example: http://www.google.com/support/websearch/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=165228
19:24:01 kristianstill -> [b]I thought it was the ease of use and integration…. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7yfV6RzE30&feature=player_embedded
19:25:23 kristianstill -> [b]Now, looking back to the earlier conversation – with school accounts…. doesnt that concern us all a little??
19:25:47 JohnS -> Popular Science Archives: http://www.popsci.com/archives
19:27:07 JenM -> Speaking of Future … http://www.elearnspace.org/blog/2010/03/17/what-is-the-future-of-education-a-request-for-help/
19:27:12 dem -> Jen I had the same shock recently. The issue was my twitter name! It came up everywhere.
19:27:29 gary -> Popular science – can spend hours there and have.
19:28:11 JenM -> http://www.skrbl.com/133123793
19:28:23 Sharon P -> oh how cool
19:28:36 JenM -> http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23edfuture
19:28:44 Sharon P -> interpretive dance for George adn Stephen
19:29:17 kristianstill -> [b]Thats a BIG question for 11:30pm
19:30:27 Sharon P -> oops, I meant George and Dave….
19:30:30 fer -> Room 3: 🙂 🙂
19:32:12 csitterley -> Yep, John-it is irritating sometimes that the recognition goes to those who use the traditional and not to those who are "life-long learners"
19:33:53 csitterley -> Often taking classes that could be teaching, but can’t get the credits for teaching
19:34:11 kristianstill -> [b]Thought that apt as Im not local
19:34:27 Sheila -> Thanks J& J will catch the rest later!
19:35:14 JohnS -> Wingclips: http://www.wingclips.com
19:36:10 kristianstill -> [b]I didnt see it that way John
19:36:44 JenM -> APA Blog … http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/
19:36:45 kristianstill -> [b]Just thought it was good for mentor / tutor time.
19:37:13 kristianstill -> [b]Pricing based on resolution
19:38:09 Sharon P -> Oh wow, a new version of APA
19:38:12 Sharon P -> good to know
19:38:46 Sharon P -> John’s style guide is the standard, of course
19:39:16 JohnS -> An Introduction to Creative Commons Licensing for Your Photographs: http://digital-photography-school.com/an-introduction-to-creative-commons-licensing-for-your-photographs
19:39:56 JohnS -> Copyright-friendly music and sound: http://copyrightfriendly.wikispaces.com/Copyright-friendly+music+and+sound
19:40:15 csitterley -> There is a book called "The Mac is not a Typewriter" that covers that 1 space after a period thing
19:40:25 JenM -> For Jeff from Gary (awwww): Periodic Table of Elements … http://www.ptable.com/
19:40:51 gary -> Yes it was for Jeff – best one yet!
19:41:20 kristianstill -> [b]John, Jen, best wishes…. but tomorrow is a school day.
19:41:31 JohnS -> Paper Rater: http://www.paperrater.com/
19:41:38 gary -> Most of them from Jeff though
19:41:39 JenM -> Thank you, Kristian!
19:42:27 JenM -> Terry Freedman Amazin Web 2.0 Projects … http://www.terry-freedman.org.uk/web2_2010/Amazing%20Web%202%20Projects.pdf
19:43:31 JohnS -> Lingro: http://lingro.com/
19:43:38 Sharon P -> ahem, there are some GREAT projects there
19:45:48 JenM -> Unconference from Arvind (so must be good) … http://thatcamp.org/
19:46:32 Sharon P -> Thanks John!
19:47:03 JenM -> All the links for tonight (and more) … http://delicious.com/edtechtalk/20100321
19:47:53 gary -> Thanks again – almost forgot – not at home (different time).
19:47:59 dem -> thank you
19:48:09 mslaneeus -> Thanks
19:48:25 csitterley -> Thanks for keeping on John and Jen-Have a good week everyone
19:48:39 Sharon P -> Thanks guys!
19:48:43 Sharon P -> oh no!
19:48:55 gary -> Just so everyone feels better – it is snowing in Montreal
19:49:36 Sharon P -> I don’t feel better, but thanks for reminding me
19:49:43 Sharon P -> It is actually accumulating too
19:49:52 gary -> I know – I am here
19:49:58 Sharon P -> ahhh
19:50:10 gary -> Watching out my hotel window
19:50:11 Sharon P -> after we broke records for losing it this year!
19:50:21 csitterley -> It was 60+ in NW PA this weekend
19:51:12 gary -> @Sharon – that’s what the taxi driver said on the way in from the airport.
19:51:31 Sharon P -> sigh
19:52:04 gary -> But I leave tomorrow and get away from the snow (unless it is snowing in Alberta also when I return)
19:52:10 Sharon P -> haha
19:53:04 Sharon P -> wow, John sacrificed a lot for his trip
19:53:26 gary -> But the snow was appropriate because I am here for a winter sport – short track speed skating.
19:54:04 Sharon P -> we have had only ONE meeting so far
19:54:18 Sharon P -> we are really relaxed this year
19:54:42 Sharon P -> yes, I would love to have John on call
19:55:17 Sharon P -> absolutely, our spouses are great
19:56:05 gary -> You are lucky John, my wife refuses to visit my former place in Africa – so we don’t go.
19:56:51 Sharon P -> can still here somebdoy typinc
19:57:13 gary -> A quiet typer though
19:57:20 JohnS -> Thanks. Call was still on.
19:58:20 JenM -> 🙂