Posts Tagged ‘GEF10’

Twitter, the GlobalEduForum and Negroponte

7 November 2010

There is a place somewhere on the internet for debate and exchange of ideas. One has come across that place, GlobalEduForum by means of a colleague (1) whom I haven´t met yet. Everything happens quickly.
From time to time I jot down some messages in my Twitter account and sometimes somebody tweets back or justs points out a relevant point and communication takes place. The other day this happened.
Nicholas Negroponte had been the protagonist in a forum and one remembered a post published by a friend of mine two years ago (2) on Negroponte and his dream of the easy access to the internet for the Third World. Negroponte had moved the use of cheap, small portable computers for children as well and my friend blogger in ESCRITOS A DIARIO had written something about him.
The post could be found and sent to the Global Education Forum. Then, a digital newspaper on the internet edited by the Forum underlined it.

(1) Domingo Méndez
(2) Armstrong Freelance


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