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HP Chromebook 13 Wins High Praise - for a Chromebook

HP and Google last week unveiled the HP Chromebook 13.

Designed with input from customers on what they want in a next-generation Chromebook, the device is about 13 mm thick, weighs 2.8 pounds, has a brushed anodized aluminum chassis, and is the first Chromebook to use Intel’s sixth-generation Core M processors. 44 more words


The Space

If you’ve checked out the photos from my last post, it’s easy to see that the organization of the room needs to be updated.  I learned quickly that the EIE STEM projects require a great deal of storage space for materials and works-in-progress. 136 more words


HP releases new Chromebook, Yammer expands and NTP patches: News IT leaders need to know

HP Inc. has a new 13-inch Chromebook, Dell announces advances in networking and Adobe enhances to its Document Cloud service highlight this week’s news.

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The Computer Lab 2004-2016


Our school opened in September, 2004.  As a brand new technology teacher, I walked into an empty computer lab.  It wasn’t long before tables, chairs, desktop computers and an ActivBoard were delivered and installed.   185 more words


Working with Google Drawings for 3D Printers

Hello Everyone,

I apologize for the lack of posts this week or even standard tweets. This past weekend, I experienced a large case load of trying to complete my dissertation proposal to having that added on with my wife having a seizure on Sunday for the first time in almost five months. 321 more words

Ryan Read

Google finally has a proper hardware unit. Now what?

Lately, Google executives have fixated on uniformity — getting consumers to have a consistent experience across every product bearing Google’s name.

That isn’t easy. With Google’s hardware, it’s been nearly impossible. 677 more words


STEM vs. FAB Lab

In this space, I’ll chronicle the transformation of the Technology Lab at Kirby’s Mill Elementary School from a traditional, out-dated computer lab into a Fab Lab! 104 more words