Wired Magazine has an insightful article by Woodrow Hartzog on why social media needs more limits, not more options.
eMerge Americas, the tech, entrepreneurship and innovation conference in Miami, May 1-5 will feature an EdTech track. More
Jonathan Hage & Andy Rose present at the GSV + ASU Summit 2015
The Washington Post's Lyndsey Layton goes under the hood of the 600 page revision to the No Child Left Behind Act.
According to EdWeek, four edtech companies secured venture funding this week: Schoolrunner, Educents, Tales2Go and Monkimun.
Ace reporter Goldie Blumenstyk of the Chronicle of Higher Ed (no affiliation) has a look at Paul Freedman, who after striking
According to CNN, a New York woman has been allowed to file divorce papers on Facebook.
CNBC's tech vertical has a look at which social apps keep the most of their initial customers.
On April 7, the U.S. Department of Education, Office of EdTech, release their EdTech Developer's Guide. The release and the
CNN has this story - LiveCode is seeking about $350,000 in social fundraising in order to provide the tools in