“Forget Google…”


[Download the printable version here etc.]

Another Rackspace-sponsored cartoon

I like this cartoon. It’s something that Scoble would would say.

Scoble works for Rackspace, too. Do the math.

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Comments

  1. Something interesting for me is how much of what you say about the corporate / entrepreneurish world applies to teaching.

    Chances are, if I ask teenagers to “write an essay about XYZ” they will go straight to Google and copypaste something. It’s my fault if they cheat: after all, designing tasks is supposed to be my job. So, if I want students to acquire something more than Google skills, I need to assign creative tasks. In other words, I need to do something that Google can’t.

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