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As always, thanks for the show. Much to chew over about groups and conversations, especially in relation to new education ‘spaces’ using wifi zones – in cafes and other public spaces. People can come together in informal universities through individuals buying into the most useful ‘digital tools’ to enable ‘informal’ learning groups to interact and inform each other through a mix of conversations and digital resources. The mix of these individual informal learners and teachers gradually ‘grow’ through ‘learning’ conversations, group interactions and resource development into a HyperCampus. Probably a ‘startup’ idea bubbling away in there somewhere!
Anyway great show. All the best, Tony.
Your blog was very informative. The Android 2.2 /3 is fast becoming a fierce competitor for the IPAD2 Depending on what you are after, some research needs to be done so you are not paying too much – the android can be more than 1/2 the price of an IPAD.
The usual pithy commentary has been missing lately. You (Steve) and Robert, having a circle jerk on the iPad, is getting a bit boring. Also, as an analyst for two of the largest companies in the world, I call bullshit on Roberts guess that the iPad will grow its influence in the work environment. From a security perspective alone, I assure you that the iPad has no place in a majority of our work environments.
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