Following News

Yesterday was a big news day.  There will be those who will read about the events in today’s morning paper.  But, if you’re connected, you could have followed the events live, as they happened.  And, if you were so inclined, you could have commented on them as well.  In this day and age, everyone can have a voice.

Discovery Channel Hostage Taking
Read about it:  Google News
Talk about it:  Twitter
Watch it:  YouTube
Blog it:  Women State

Apple New Products
Read about it:  CrunchGear
Talk about it:  Twitter
Watch it:  Apple
Blog it:  The Mobile Gadgeteer

Hurricane Earl
Read about it:  CBC News
Talk about it:  Twitter
Scientifically follow it:  National Hurricane Centre
Watch it:  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Blog it:  Roger Pielke Jr.’s Blog
See it:  Flickr

NASA GOES 13 satellite image showing the US east coast and Hurricane Earl on September 1, 2010 13:10 UTC.


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And yet, we still debate and discuss the use of these tools in education?  With these tools, we can easily engage and contribute to the discussion.  Taught appropriately, shouldn’t students be able to learn how to understand and digest all of this for themselves?

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