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The Watering Hole - Now the Shoe's on the Other Chest

The Watering Hole - Now the Shoe's on the Other Chest
By James Turner
June 21, 2010

Yes, I know, Ice Age kinda did this joke first, but not quite the same way....

My Credo

By Peter Drescher
June 19, 2010

"I Promise Never To Program A Computer To Play Something I Can't"

The Watering Hole - And Just Imagine What the UPS Looks Like

The Watering Hole - And Just Imagine What the UPS Looks Like
By James Turner
June 16, 2010

Supercomputers may be getting fast, but they're also getting hungrier.

The Lessons We Don't Learn

By Dale Dougherty
December 4, 2009

In my Twitter stream today, Sylvia Martinez (@smartinez) retweeted a link to Seymour Papert's 1980 paper written for a Presidential commission that proposed that we provide a computer for every child in America. Long before One Laptop Per Child, Papert saw that computers should not be an "auxiliary" aid to learning but "fundamental" to changing how we learn. He understood...

Computer Security Basics

By Rick Lehtinen
July 17, 2009

Hi, It is about time I got started on this blog. Computer Security Basics was a landmark book when it was first published in the early 90s. I was honored to have the chance to update it in 2006. Now...

Why study computer science?

By Simon Thompson
April 7, 2009

Try to imagine a world without computers.

Practice, Play and Computers

By Kurt Cagle
December 11, 2008

Back channel communications at O'Reilly can be fun. Lately, we've had a running thread about the role of practice and play in learning, and how that impacts the educational process (and the educational industry, which are not even remotely the same thing).


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