Posts Tagged: Links


Google’s Aggregator Gives Way to an Heir

Written by David Pogue and published by the New York Times. The one everybody keeps saying is the natural heir to Google Reader, though, is In fact, Feedly says the ranks of its four million users have swelled to seven million since Google’s Reader death sentence was announced. I’ve made the move to Feedly and… Read more »


Where Do Your Students Hangout Online?

There’s an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education “Go Where the Students Are: Facebook” that urges educators to ditch Blackboard or Moodle and take class discussion to Facebook. When someone in their 40’s says they know where teenagers are on the Internet or what their online behavior is like, pause, and do some research… Read more »