Posts posted in March 2011
IE Radio 3/31/2011 191 comments
Joshua Fouts and Rita King are executives with Dancing Ink Productions. They are currently "Innovators-in-Residence" at IBM’s Analytics Virtual Center. We'll be talking about their project, "Imagination: Driving the Future of Education & Work." The project explores how communities, school districts, and entrepreneurs throughout the United States, from Louisiana to Iowa are taking innovative, sometimes radical steps to transform our educational system in a way that both meets the needs of the students and takes a more informed approach to the rapid evolution of technology.
IE Radio 3/24/2011 146 comments
Craig Watkins is a teacher at the University of Texas at Austin focused on Radio-Television-Film and Sociology; and at the Center for African and African American Studies. His latest book, The Young and the Digital: What the Migration to Social Network Sites, Games, and Anytime, Anywhere Media Means for Our Future, is based on survey research, in-depth interviews, and fieldwork with teens, young 20-somethings, teachers, parents, and technology advocates. He recently co-authored an article entitled "Got Facebook? Investigating What’s Social About Social Media." We'll be talking about young people’s current media behaviors and how that is affecting our lives on the Internet.
IE Radio 3/8/2011 246 comments
Aza Raskin is an interface guru and entrepreneur best known as the creative lead for Firefox. He has been the founder and CEO of a music and interface company called Songza – and a cardboard furniture company called Bloxes. He is currently the co-founder of Massive Health, a startup that aims to improve health through design. Today, we'll talk to him about how our interaction with the Internet and devices is evolving and his thoughts on its future.
IE Radio 3/3/2011 122 comments
Brian Behlendorf is the newly appointed chief technology officer for the World Economic Forum. At the forefront of the open-source movement, he co-founded the Apache Web Server Project, spearheaded VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language), and served on the Mozilla Foundation board of directors. He's also known for founding CollabNet, an application lifecycle management software provider. We'll talk to him about the state of open-source, technology solutions for a world economy, and the next phase of the digital revolution.
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