35: All Meta

Episode 35 November 02, 2021 01:07:14
35: All Meta
EdTech Examined
35: All Meta
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Erik Christiansen Kris Hans

Show Notes

Kris and Erik provide several tips, including an update on Erik's notes project (see ep. 34), the new Raspberry Pi Zero 2 (for makers), and the new iPhones and Android phones. News coverage was ample this week, with our co-hosts talking about the new MacBook Pros and if you need one, retro computers with personal data, Udemy IPO, Facebook going 'Meta', and more.

SHOW NOTES

#EdTech Office Hours
*Obsidian notes instead of Notion
*Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W

News

2021 MacBook Pros
*Ars Technica review
*Erik's blog post

Wired: Retro collectors are uncovering hoards of old data

Elon's tweet

Reuters: Udemy files for U.S. IPO

EdSurge: As Facebook Changes Name to Meta, Company Wants to Pull Education Into Its ‘Metaverse’

Inside HigherEd: Faculty Confidence in Online Learning Grows

Inside HigherEd:
Half of All College Students Take Online Courses

McGraw Hill talk: Higher Education Trends that Will Outlast the Pandemic

Bonus
*Otter.ai transcription

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Erik Christiansen, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: erikchristiansen.net
Twitter: @egchristiansen
Blog: tech-bytes.net

Kris Hans, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: krishans.ca
Twitter:  @KrisHans
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Christopher Hoang, Audio Producer & Sound Engineer
Website: chrishoang.ca

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