Category Archives: Scholarly Thoughts

Dvorak is Wrong on One Laptop Per Child

PC Magazine columnist John C. Dvorak misses the point in his criticism of the One Laptop Per Child project As a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom who has provided humanitarian assistance to communities in South Asia, I can tell you … Continue reading

Posted in Computing, Scholarly Thoughts, Technology

Forecometh of the Closet Blogger

Experimenting with the beta version of Yahoo! 360°, I wonder if it has become just too easy to say more while meaning less I must admit, I am rather skeptic about yet another blogging tool such as Yahoo! 360°, not … Continue reading

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This Year, The Matrix Has Your Papers…

With technology finding its way into the grading process of papers, one wonders if convenience corrupts the sacred human evaluation process This article on paper grading technology I bumped into on CNN had me particularly troubled. In a quick summary, … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Scholarly Thoughts