The first time I got in front of it, it guessed my age perfectly. Amazing stuff.
It looks like I’m not the only one who was waiting until the last fifteen minutes to write the last responses for this week’s assignment. I’m being good and waiting…
Got this in the mail today all the way from Denmark, and I’m hoping it helps streamline our printing. No computer required!
A brilliant piece by Jon Stewart and The Daily Show that should have been the highlight of my class last night, as we looked at differences in coverage not only between different forms of media but also different parts of the world… except I couldn’t share the audio on my shared screen and I didn’t feel right showing the video without being able to censor the few parts of the video that I thought were mildly inappropriate for class.
This image alone wasn’t doing it for the class, which was too bad, even though it was an amazing commentary on American media coverage.
I admit that I originally wanted to post a video of Ralph Wiggum and a picture of a train this Halloween, but I couldn’t find one. So I’m turning to the next best thing: TEDxNYED!
We’re looking for NYC-area teachers to deliver a series of short talks at TEDxNYED on April 28. If you’re interested, hit up the link above and leave us a video application.
Oh, and Happy Valentine’s Day.
I don’t know how I missed this, but it’s incredibly fantastic.
Seriously, who would let Bret Michaels create a tea? And who would buy it? And then drink it?
It’s predictably awful, for the record.