How Google Glass might be used in Education – An infographic by the team at Open Colleges
The other day I was thinking about people I’d like to interview for the podcast and while pondering that I realized that I’ve been a guest on many other shows too! Here’s a rundown of all of my guest appearances in 2014 (in no particular order).
It’s National Podcast Day! Celebrate this day doing something to promote podcasting. If this is your first time listening to a podcast, share it with someone else. Write a podcaster and tell them how much you appreciate what they’re doing. Or share you favorite podcast with a friend. For more ways to celebrate National Podcast Day take a look at my post How to Celebrate National Podcast Day with The Wired Homeschool.
Have you recently given your teen a new smartphone? Perhaps you occasionally let them use your smartphone.
If any of these two situations are true you’ve probably noticed an alarming number of duck-faced pictures appearing in your child’s social stream.
The “selfie” has become so ubiquitous that phone manufacturers are starting to put higher resolution rear-facing cameras on their devices.
According to the inforgraphic below the use of the word “selfie” has grown by 17,000% in the English language. English-speaking countries lead the way with the number of selfies taken online. Australia, The United States, and Canada are the top-three selfie-taking countries. Continue Reading →