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NEA SEE Conference 2011 I'm really excited to be working with the folks at NEA SEE once again. I'll be heading to the Windy City this weekend and providing them some ideas for iPad use in professional...


This Week in Android Apps Just thought I'd share the apps on my Android phone. I use a Samsung Captivate, rooted to run Android 2.2 because AT&T and Samsung can't get along long enough to...


iPad: Consumption or Creation? About six months ago, I posted a note to my network asking people if the iPad was only a consumption device or if would ever been seen as a truly productive device for creation....


Google Chrome - Faster and Cloudier I debated where to write this post because I wanted it to reach the right audience. I settled on using my personal blog to reach a more general audience. Typically, I...


Networking in 2011: A Resolution to Innovate and Educate As an educator, I find myself looking to the end of a calendar year in June. This year, I had the realization that I should look at December as the end of my year and January...


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Watch the Inauguration….today

Posted on : 20-01-2009 | By : dan | In : politics

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Just in case you read my blog first thing in the morning, I’ve decided to embed the Inauguration video hosted through hulu.com. It’s amazing some of the things that have come about through this election. For example, the first presidential photograph taken with a digital camera, the first national conversation of major infrastructure improvements. I can’t wait to see what happens next. Meanwhile, here’s Hulu’s hosted video stream of the inauguration.


Posted on : 19-11-2008 | By : dan | In : Uncategorized

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Embarrassingly, I have to admit that I have never intentionally attempted to tune in to the President’s weekly radio address. Why? Well it probably has to do with my age and with the medium that has been used my entire life. While I listen to the radio on occassion, I’ve never been a fan of radio broadcast. It just didn’t catch my attention. Now enters my personal learning network. With the evolution of the read / write web, I find myself searching for information that I can apply to my daily life, professional career, and personal interests.

If you were to dive into my Google Reader account, you would see updated RSS feeds from Ed Tech, classroom teachers, national speakers, authors, friends, and many gadgets waiting for review. Now I have a Politics folder populated with President Elect Obama’s weekly addresses hosted on YouTube, with thanks to ChangeDotGov. Now this content comes directly to my list of unread feeds.
So what changes have you noticed in this transition to a new Commander In Chief? Am I the only one that sees a change that has made a difference, even if it is only on a shallow level?

Here’s an interesting article: