Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us

The directior of information technology at my school, Curt Lieneck, passed on this video today. I showed it to both of my sixth grade classes, although it might have been a bit over their heads. It explains web 2.0 pretty well and is cleverly produced. My classes definitely preferred this video to the one that inspired it in the first place.

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Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us

The directior of information technology at my school, Curt Lieneck, passed on this video today. I showed it to both of my sixth grade classes, although it might have been a bit over their heads. It explains web 2.0 pretty well and is cleverly produced. My classes definitely preferred this video to the one that inspired it in the first place.

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Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us

The directior of information technology at my school, Curt Lieneck, passed on this video today. I showed it to both of my sixth grade classes, although it might have been a bit over their heads. It explains web 2.0 pretty well and is cleverly produced. My classes definitely preferred this video to the one that inspired it in the first place.

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