Whoa!

Ugh– too busy to post lately. It’s hard to focus on just one project lately. Shall I ponder online grades (EdLine), integrating databases, online interfaces to databases, print management, the new MacBooks that will likely be announced tomorrow (and whether I should buy 127 of them, or 127 more of the G4 12.1 inch iBooks before they vaporize into history).

Lots to decide about, as well as wireless security improvements, to auto-back up laptop documents (or not), federated searching for the libraries, new US computer science courses (50/50 gender split on forcasted enrollment so far– YEAH!).

That, and I have the main peripheral purchases to decide on (which cameras?), a cool new Thinkpad tablet that just came in for a teacher, and my trusty 14.1 iBook died and home and I’ve ordered a Latitude 520 dual core to replace it…

Forgive my rambling– sometimes I just like to step back and try to understand the larger picture. Expectations of technology are increasing, as well as the idea that everything will work together smoothly. It’s a noble goal, and worth fighting for, but maybe too important to take seriously…

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