The Living Voters Guide, recent winner of the Evergreen Apps Challenge, has released its 2012 update that allows Washington state voters to learn about different ballot measures, compare the pros and cons of each and sound off with fellow contributors.
Interview with Anthony Carnovale. The teacher-librarian at St. Michael Secondary School in Bolton, Ont.
As reported here and elsewhere, Amazon is actually dipping its toes into the world of publishing.
As I'm sure everyone who's spent anytime exposed to any media at all over the last day knows that Steve Jobs has died. The death of anyone so young and with so much left to give is a tragedy to their immediate circle of family, friends and co-workers and they certainly have my sincere sympathy for their loss.
It's a big day here at York University, especially for us science & engineering types both within the Faculty of Science and Engineering and those of us who support their teaching and research missions.
It's Ig Nobel Prize season again!
A brief description:
The Ig® Nobel Prizes
10 Reasons Why Your (EDU) Boss Should Tweet
The digital scholar - which way to go?
It's time for my annual post taking issue with Thomson Reuters (TR) Nobel Prize predictions.