Over the past 2 years it has been really awesome to see some beautiful work created on 1:1 devices at Orewa College. However, it has also been death by Keynote and Pages! 481 more words
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Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows is the modern equivalent of Neil Postman’s Amusing Ourselves to Death. Though it has been years since I read Postman’s work, I couldn’t help but remember how forcefully he argued his point about television and how it’s destroying everything about our society, and how similar Carr’s arguments felt like Postman’s. 600 more words
Spring is springing, darlings. Spring with me into a Paris springtime.
Excerpt from Paris Adieu:
In Paris, people-watching was an art form. Jean-Michel was a discreet observer of public conduct and style, unlike my friend Elizabeth, who was unabashedly snide in her commentary on the failings of other human beings, with her snarky British wit. 350 more words