As you might have guessed by the post title, there are some big changes happening. Everything has finally come together and I'm starting an exciting new chapter of my life. So without further ado, I present to you the Second
As a contributor to The Mark News, I recently wrote about Flipboard and its implications on reading as a social activity. Here is the article below: Magazines like Vanity Fair are struggling to adapt to digital readership. Applications like Flipboard can
Warning: I drop an F-bomb in this video! *gasp* Although in my defense, this situation does make me pretty mad! I hate you BP. A quick video about the unfuckthegulf campaign. Also included: the adorable puppy that crashed our film set!
Ok I really should be packing for my trip tomorrow, but I am getting such a kick out of these videos that I couldn't resist a quick tip of my hat to one of the funniest social media campaigns to
There's nothing I love more than seeing a project I've participated in take life and get launched. It's very satisfying, especially when the client has such a noble goal: to improve the quality of education in classrooms through interactive whiteboards. A
I spoke with Alan November of November Learning a few weeks ago about some of the challenges educators face when teaching in a world that's being constantly changed by technology. Part 1 Part 2 To read more about November Learning click here.
Despite the fact that I often make fun of the silly videos that are on Youtube, I freely admit that I am one of those people who have been captivated by Panda Sneeze, Dramatic Chipmunk and surprised kitty (which to
Happiness has been a recurring theme here on TED TUESDAYS. Western culture seems to be built on the notion that happiness is something that can be pursued, acquired, and even purchased. Dan Gilbert's TED talk explained how our brains
I've been thinking about updating this site for the last few weeks and have finally gotten around to it! My content posting has been all over the place and I was finding that the chronological format wasn't really working for