What is something you have done in the past year to make yourself a better teacher? What’s your biggest challenge? What words of advice would you offer a new teacher? Recently, twelve educators from across Middle Tennessee were invited to come to NPT and answer those questions, as well as many others, as a component […]
To help journalists report on the upcoming DTV transition, the Foundation for American Journalists (FACS) will present a free tele-seminar with industry experts who can answer questions on how the transition will affect consumers. This seminar is aimed at journalists who cover technology, business, consumer affairs and the broadcast-cable-satellite industries. On the call will be […]
PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger on the digital TV transition in the Washington Post: “Television remains our society’s great equalizer. Not every home has a computer, but almost every American home has a television. “In the weeks and months to come, information and recommendations about digital television will come from many directions — from […]
Bought an HDTV, but the picture still looks bad? Maybe worse than your non-HDTV set? David Pogue, over at Pogue’s Posts, has a great post on purchasing an HDTV.
Over at Remotely Connected, Anastasia Goodstein, founder of ypulse.com, blogs about last night’s Frontline episode “Growing Up Online.” While she concludes that the program “succeeds at putting real faces on the sensational headlines we read about this generation growing up online,” she also feels there are things missing. “What I felt was missing from the […]
The New York Post has news from the Consumer Electronic Expo. According to the Post, “Today marks the beginning of the end for that terminally ugly device in the living room: the TV set-top box.”