- Blogging for Kids
- 14th Annual Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Awards!
- Using the Internet as a Learning Tool
- 3DS — Making People Sick, or Just Sick Profits?
- The Role of Technology in Education
- Can my Wii learning game make game time family time too?
- Vocabulary Learning Games For Kids Versus Traditional Memorization: My Experience
- The Nintendo DS Sales Record Proves Nintendo Will Always Be Relevant
- “Madden Curse” to Grace the Silver Screen
- Day 35 – More education, more animals
- The Learning Game On My DS That Schooled Me – More Sudoku Trouble
- Day 34 – I Learn About Raptors
Tag Archives: reading
Tonight, I sat in on Jennifer Vanderbes’s reading, promoting her new book, “Strangers At The Feast.” She gave a spirited, enjoyable reading, reading from what sounded like the two main threads that wound her doubtlessly tight story together – one … Continue reading
Learning the guitar has been difficult, but especially so for my supple, weak, sausage-like, no-real-physical-labor hands whose use, up until now, has been mainly to hit keyboard buttons and itch bug bites. Now? They’re being told to bend in ways … Continue reading
The following event actually happened on Day 23, as I’m following a “looking back” blog rather than relying on the dicey proposition that I’ll have the energy or sanity to write coherently at the end of the day. But this … Continue reading
Though I was only about 6 minutes late to the Shirin Neshat‘s reading, I’ve been steadily kicking myself the last 24 hours for the 6 minutes I missed. It wasn’t a typical reading. Shirin Neshat is an American nee Iranian … Continue reading
Aspiring super-humans sometimes do dumb things in the name of super-humanity. On my way to run my grueling training session, I stepped the wrong way on a break in the cement, turning my ankle saved a kitten from a burning … Continue reading