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Month: July 2011

InHacking AutismInclusion

How Touch Technology Provides Hope

Brandon Bailey of the San Jose Mercury news penned a tremendous article on autism today called, “Using touchscreens and apps to treat autism.”   This is a story that has been in the press with some regularity, but my sense is up until now the audience being reached primarily consists of early adopters (those folks who…
InHacking Autism

Apple’s Worthy Competitor

In my recent post titled “The Paperback of Tablets” I wrote about my belief in the 7 inch tablet, as well as Amazon.   It is my belief that Amazon has the retail chops to successfully compete with Apple.   They understand the retail market better than Apple, and almost as well as Walmart.   My guess is…
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On Teaching

I always viewed myself as a teacher, not a coach. John Wooden,  A Game Plan For Life I recently tweeted a recommendation to read Fred Wilson’s blog post on teaching.  It felt a bit odd, since he isn’t actually a teacher, at least not by traditional definitions.  He is a venture capitalist, but if you…
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Building A Dream Team

Building A Dream Team   It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision. Helen Keller After almost twenty years of parenting children with special needs, my wife and I have learned the necessity of vision.  We have also learned a great deal about the importance of hope.  Without vision and hope a…