So Alan and Ben, if you’re reading this I’ve got some great news for you. I happened to run into an old friend of mine at the registration table and he was able to procure two free VIP tickets for you both. All you need to do is make your way to the registration table conference centre. Your tickets will be waiting for you with your complimentary conference bags.
And another thing. I’ve seen your Never been to ISTE and Surviving NOT being at ISTE 2014 videos. I can see the look of disappointment in both of your faces about not being here. So, here’s a chance to do something about it. Meet me here at the conference and we can attend some workshops, peruse the vendor stands and drop in at the keynotes. It’ll be a blast. See you soon.
Wherever there’s a demand there’s a business opportunity (I guess.) Ingress presents an example of a virtual economy, where in-game items such as resonators, bursters, virus, power cube and other equipment can be sold for real-world currency. Interesting.
An interesting and perhaps unexpected pushback from Twitter users in response to Red Bull’s June 2014 promotion/advertising campaign on Twitter. It took some time, but Red Bull’s marketing team eventually responded to the majority of people who responded unfavourably to the promotion. They didn’t respond to some of the more provocative tweets.
My exploration of how we learn and how we design and develop stuff that helps us learn.