Posts tagged: iPhone

So you want a career in technology?

I had about 20 eighth graders sign up for a short talk I did this week about my career.  It was one of those classic career day sort of things.  I started by saying that I remembered career day back when I was their age, and it was fun to hear about what architects and […]

Sunday February 20th, 2011 in , , , , | 1 Comment »

Opening Like a Flower

Another Zimbra Collaboration Suite Update: Today I sent out about 2,000 emails on the the system: To Fac/Staff OS X users, three handouts about setting up iPhones (mail, calendars, contacts), installing Zimbra Desktop for OS X, and setting up iCal and OS X Mail. The Pros and Cons of each system were also reviewed, with […]

Wednesday November 4th, 2009 in , , , , | Comments Off on Opening Like a Flower

Data Phones for IT Staff

Now that I’ve had an iPhone for a couple of months, I’m using it more and more to stay in touch with the school’s needs on the weekends. I like to keep an eye on email, and know that the systems are running fine. My core support staff have been doing the same– those who […]

Monday September 21st, 2009 in , , | Comments Off on Data Phones for IT Staff

Visiting Gosport

My first post from iPhone. I’m visiting our boat today.

Sunday September 20th, 2009 in , , , | Comments Off on Visiting Gosport

Not All Toys…

I had a great conversation just over a year ago with another tech-interested teacher. He said, “Not all toys belong in the classroom.” His point was that not all things kids enjoy doing with technology necessarily belong in the classroom. That could include many types of games, and possibly a fair range of social network […]

Sunday September 20th, 2009 in , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Not All Toys…
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