Monthly Archive: May 2008

Spam on my blog

Sorry if it takes a while for me to approve your comments, guys. I’ve been getting so much spam that it takes a while to go through them and sort out the good comments...

WiiMote and World of Warcraft

Innovation is the key. Take a look at how these guys innovate with the Wiimote to use gestures to control World of Warcraft. The future of learning is definitely more “interactive”, more “immersive”…. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ITeaCq1MTI&hl=en]...

Web 2.0 in Education

[slideshare id=5316&doc=web-20-5316-25603&w=425] There is so much controversy over the term Web 2.0. Some people state that the digits “2.0” determine a version, and that the Web is continuously evolving without need for a “label”....

How NOT to teach in Second Life

An interesting interview with Milosun Czervik on the use of Second Life for teaching and how most people just replicate flawed real-life environments and approaches when using MUVEs for learning. Interview conducted by Kevin...

Oui, Wii…

I finally found at Wii at Target today. I had visited both a Target and a BestBuy yesterday (Saturday) and they said they’d have it this morning, which  I thought was weird for them to...

Bike Flying over the Golden Gate Bridge

Mike shows us an interesting way of making exercising more fun and interactive. He created a bike that communicates to Google Earth by using the Sun SPOT device created by Sun Microsystems. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3QK1eu3q3E&hl=en]