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The Course-to-Co-op Lifecycle: OpenInnovation@RIT

There are many reasons to pursue a college education, but getting a good job is the top priority for most college graduates.  The value of a degree program is closely tied to its ability to secure good jobs for its candidates -- and the Center for Student Innovation at RIT is betting that open source will play a major role in this process. » Read more

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Education and the iPad’s architecture of control

Like most of Jonathan Ive's work, the iPad is beautiful. Like most of Apple's work, it also makes me uneasy. I was planning to write about this feeling of unease, so imagine my delight when I discovered that Timothy B. Lee and others have already done the work for me. » Read more

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Tasty Blueberry

Looks like version 2 of Sugar on a Stick, codenamed Blueberry, is getting good reviews.  Well, one good review, anyway.

Still, for a good review, it's quite good indeed.  Chuck Lawton writes the Geek Dad blog for Wired, and his review of Blueberry is delicious. A favorite nugget: » Read more

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