"The journey which started with the invention of the punch card for a loom to the development of personal computers and the internet we use today has changed the way we communicate and learn. Technology has been a catalyst driving innovations and the way we do things in our daily lives. Every aspect of our modern life is touched by technology. My life-long quest for learning and fascination with gadgets has fostered a need to learn more about new technologies."

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

No more free Ning.

No more free Ning. Steve Hargadon founder of Classroom 2.0 social network gives a great rundown on his blog about the changes that are happening with Ning. You can also see the article published at Tech Cat for more.

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