47: Atomic Effort

Episode 47 August 05, 2022 01:31:05
47: Atomic Effort
EdTech Examined
47: Atomic Effort
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Erik Christiansen Kris Hans

Show Notes

In this episode, Erik and Kris review essential Windows 10 tips, edtech privacy in schools, tech industry layoffs, 3D Google Maps, Chromebook updates, Intel mini desktops, and iOS Lockdown Mode. Kris reviews the book Atomic Habits by James Clear, and Erik reviews the book Effortless by Greg McKeown.

SHOW NOTES:

Links

Windows Tips from How To Geek: 10 hidden windows features you should be using

Human Right Watch: Online learning products enables surveillance of children

The Economic Times: Why edtech needs a deep renovation

McKinsey & Company (consulting): Demand for online education is growing. Are providers ready?

Times Colonist: We need to ensure education technology doesn’t amplify inequality

Tech Crunch: Google maps rolls out location sharing notification, immersive views and better bike navigation

ArsTechnica: Google Maps is getting 3D imagery on mobile, detailed biking info, and more

Thurrott: Google is bringing a video editor and virtual desktops to chromebooks

Tech Crunch: Denmark bans Chromebooks and Google Workspace in schools over data transfer

Tech Radar: Intel NUC 12 could be a mini PC powerhouse

CNET: Apple’s new Lockdown Mode on iOS 16 could protect you from cyber attacks

Books

Atomic Habits - James Clear

*Resources from Book: https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits/resources 

Effortless - Greg McKeown

CONTACT

Website: edtechexamined.com
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: @EdTechExamined

Erik Christiansen, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: erikchristiansen.net

Kris Hans, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Website: krishans.ca

Christopher Hoang, Audio Producer & Sound Engineer
Website: chrishoang.ca

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