Where’s Your Office in a Flat World Part 2 – Webware.

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Gordon Synder and Mike Qaissaunee will be presenting a free NetWorks Webinar on Webware this Friday, Sept 28 at 10am PST, for our WebWare Part 1. This is free and you can register at www.matecnetworks.org/growth.php – webinar. Gordon and Mike continue their blog from yesterday talking about other uses people have found and other webware […]

Where’s Your Office in a Flat World – Webware

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This week’s webinar will focus on Webware. What is Webware? Gordon Synder and Mike Qaissaunee, our guest bloggers, write about webware and what they will be going over this Friday for NetWorks free Webinars. For further webinar information, visit matecnetworks.org/growth – webinars. Have you ever been working collaboratively on a document, either with one other […]

2010 Electronics Webinar Reaction

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Matthew Lammi posted this comment in regards to Quick Electronics 2010 Webinar Update. We thought well enough of it that it needed to be its own post. Editor I enjoyed the discussion about the direction of electronics engineering technology. As we see declining enrollments in the EET programs, it forces us to question the status […]

Quick Electronics 2010 Webinar Update

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We just finished our first Webinar this year on Electronics 2010: A New System Approach to Teaching Electronics. I want to thank everyone who attended and all the new people that we have not met before. There was some excellent questions and discussion concerning the New Systems Approach which Tom McGlew will be writing a […]

Changing High School Through Technology

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My former high school, Brophy College Prep, has done something that could signal the change in education as we know it. Starting with the freshman of 2006, every new student was required to purchase the same Toshiba M400 Tablet Computer. In two more years, the whole student body will have tablet pcs. Every faculty member […]

Nanu-technology Versus Nanotechnology

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A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. Here is an email that I received: “Is this true? Nanotechnology is based upon the triangulation of three completely different technologies: Mork, Ork and Orson. Once known as nanu nanu-technology, the term evolved into what is known today as nanotechnology.” I realized that the person […]

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