This is a list of the ed-tech stories I wrote for publications that aren't focused on education technology and as such does not include my writing on Edutopia, KQED's MindShift, or Inside Higher Ed.
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A Day Without Native Apps: My Chromebook Experiment
Harry Potter Goes Google for the New Pottermore E-book Site
Internet Activist Aaron Swartz Indicted for Data Theft: Downloading Millions of Academic Articles
Meet This Year's Imagine Cup Winners: Students Building World-Changing Tech
Google Announces the Winners of Its First Science Fair (Go Geek Girls!)
The Imagine Cup: Student-Built Technology Tackles the World's Most Pressing Problems
Robots for Everyone: Getting Kids Interested in Programming with Legos
The Student-Centered Netbook: Chromebook or Classmate PC?
Google Plus: Is This the Social Tool Schools Have Been Waiting For?
How the Library of Congress is building the Twitter archive
Is This The Tipping Point For E-Books & Libraries?
How Consumer Technology & User-Generated Content Are Changing Ed-Tech
J.K. Rowling's Next Chapter: A Transfiguration Spell on the Publishing Industry
Pottermore: J.K. Rowling Launches a Mysterious New Website
MiniMonos: Linking Kids' Virtual World and Real World Actions
Hopes & Fears: The Future of Kids & Tech at RWW2WAY
Evernote Re-engineers Studying By Flash Cards With Its New iPad App
Wikipedia Is "Making the Grade" With More & More Academics
Hey Kids, Build Your Own Video Games With Stencyl
What Should a Digital Public Library of America Look Like?
The Boundless Library: Explore the New York Public Library Collections on Your iPad
Disney to Pay $3 Million Settlement for Violating Children's Online Privacy
Will Chromebooks for Education Be a Good Deal for Schools?
Silicon Valley Execs Invest Over $3 Million in Rocketship Education
Turn Your Evernote Notes into Study Guides & Flashcards with StudyBlue
Tim O'Reilly On What OpenCourseWare Can Learn From the Open Source Movement
How Technology Will Disrupt Learning for a Lifetime, Not Just in the Classroom
Building an Ed-Tech Startup in a Weekend
Librarians React to Amazon's New Lending Library: More Questions Than Celebrations
Silicon Sisters Launches First iOS Game, Made By Women For Girls
Check Out Library Books on Your Kindle
YouTube Sends Infringers to Copyright School (But Is It a Good Education?)
Instructure Aims to Knock Down the Learning Management System Walled Garden
Let's Hack Education with Data (and a Contest from DonorsChoose)
Gates Foundation Distributes $10M to Build Tech Tools to Boost College Graduation
Fitango Helps You Keep Your Online Learning On Track
Get a Great Deal on Learning Something New with TeachStreet
Toddler Tech: Building Vocabulary Skills with GoodieWords for iOS
What Do Kids Say Is The Biggest Obstacle To Technology At School?
InternMatch: Matching the Smartest Student Interns With the Hottest Tech Startups
The Teacher Who Gave Me Direction -- What Evaluations Can't Tell You
Beyond Textbooks: Chegg Adds Course Selection and Homework Help
Major Publisher Investment Advances Inkling as the Future of Digital Textbooks
College Grads Looking for Work at a NYC Startup? Try the NYC Startup Job Fair
Imagine K12 Launches a New Incubator for Ed-Tech Startups
Kids Can Now Build Their Own Xbox Games with Kodu Game Lab
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Should Your Startup Offer Virtual Internships?
$9 Million Program Gives Students Wireless Internet Access At Home, Not Just At School
Will E-Book Prices & Restrictions Lead to E-Book Piracy?
The MicroInterns: Middle-Schoolers Visit TechStars, Get a Lesson in Startup Life
How Recent Changes to Twitter's Terms of Service Might Hurt Academic Research
Mobile Phones, Educational Apps, and the Digital Divide
Sputnik, DARPA, and Rosa Parks Moments: Metaphors We Reform Education By
Do E-Book Users Need a Bill of Rights? (Librarians Think So)
"Skype in the Classroom" Launches to Connect Teachers & Students Worldwide
This Library E-Book Will Self-Destruct After 26 Check-outs
Study Finds the Internet Makes Youth More Engaged Citizens
MIT Opencourseware Turns 10: What's Next for Open Education
Internet Archive Partners With 150 Libraries to Launch an E-Book Lending Program
Exquisite Corpse 2.0: Collaborative Story Writing with FoldingStory
Student Tablet Maker Kno Reportedly In Talks To Sell Off Its Tablet Manufacturing
Augmented Reality Field Trips & the 150th Anniversary of the U.S. Civil War
President Obama Visits Intel to Highlight Education, Innovation, and Technology
InternMatch: Helping Match Student Interns and Startups
The Gates Foundation Invests in a Facebook App
Startl's Accelerator Program for Ed-Tech Startups Now Accepting Applications
Is This The Year of the Educational Tablet?
Update to Higher Education Classification System Shows Huge Growth in For-Profit Institutions
Neverware Breathes New Life Into Schools' Aging Computers
Research Finds Text-Messaging Improves Children's Spelling Skills
Google Apps Stocks Its Marketplace Full of Educational Apps
Mahalo Pivots to Focus on Video-Based Learning
How to Fund Open Educational Resources: Department of Education or Kickstarter?
Take a Walking Tour of Shakespeare's London With Your iPhone
Florida Virtual School: Is This What the School of the Future Will Look Like?
Student Developers Prefer Android at University of Pennsylvania Hackathon [Infographic]
New Kindle Lending Club Matches E-Book Borrowers and Lenders
EU Report Warns of "Digital Dark Age" if Digitization of Cultural Heritage Left to Private Sector
New MIT OpenCourseWare Initiative Aims to Improve Independent Online Learning
The Ultimate Study Guide: Wolfram Alpha Launches "Course Assistant" Apps
Report Finds Parental Monitoring Software May Carry Privacy and Liability Risks
Microsoft Expands Its Cloud-Based Educational Tools with Office 365
Kindle Comes to the Mac App Store
Google Announces the World's First Online Global Science Fair
View Your Prezi Presentations Anywhere Via New iPad App
British Library App Brings Dickens, The Beatles, Beowulf to Your Smartphone
FCC Report Finds Better Broadband Needed for Schools and Libraries
Virginia Poised to Ban Teacher-Student Texting, Facebooking
Rutgers University Project Uses Scratch to Make Household Appliances Easily Programmable
E-Book Checkouts From Libraries Up 200% Last Year
Google Apps Gives Schools a Better "Walled Garden" for Student Email
After Strong Holiday Sales for E-Readers, E-Books Outselling Print
Year-End Stats from MIT Point to Increasing Popularity of Open Educational Resources
Amazon Kindle Now Lets You Loan Your E-Books (Sorta)
Search & Display Over 10 Million Historical Government Records, Thanks to the National Archives
British Library Maps Evolution of English, Contribute Your Accent by Reading Mr. Tickle Aloud
Blogging Seems To Have Peaked, Says Pew Report
New Visualization Tool from Google With Data From 5.2 Million Digitized Books
Support Writers, Publishers, Non-Profits (Yes, Including WikiLeaks) With Donations Via Flattr
Google's App Inventor Now Open to Everyone
LearnBoost Crowdsources Its Translation, Open Sources Its Node.js Internationalization
Investing in Alpha Geeks, Hackers, and Hobbyists
Improved Reading of Free E-Books, As The Open Library Launches a New E-Reader
4 (More) Tools for Teaching Kids to Code
Colleges Caution Against "Welcome Class of 2015" Facebook Groups
I Know What You Read Last Summer - E-Readers and Privacy
New Visualization Tool Gives Real-Time View of What Scientists Are Reading
College Students Admit To "Shocking" Text Messaging Habits in Class
Learn about Venture Capital from Khan Academy
College Credit for Improving Wikipedia - Just Don't Cite it in a Paper!
Read Library E-Books on Your iPad with the Bluefire Reader App
New Social E-Reading Platform Allows Real-Time Discussions, Right On the E-Book's Pages
Teaching Students Computing at the Petascale Level
Founders of Kno, Khan Academy, NIXTY Debate Education and Entrepreneurship
Facebook Messaging, Teens and School Work: Can Facebook Be a Social Learning Network?
Cellphones in the Classroom - Distraction or Tool?
Girl Scouts Research Shows How Social Networking Impacts Girls' Self Image
Study for Your MBA Via a Facebook App
Omeka Launches a Hosted Platform to Move Museum Collections to the Cloud
Schoology Aims to Fix One of the Greatest Pain Points of Education
Survey Finds College Students Love Laptops But Not eReaders, Facebook But Not Twitter
Amazon Kindle Will Let You Lend Your eBooks. Once. Maybe.
Apple Adds Special Education Section to the App Store
Cal State Bans Students from Using Online Note-Selling Service
OpenStudy Teams Up With MIT OpenCourseWare to Help OCW Users Study Together
Borders Partners with BookBrewer to Turn Blogs into eBooks
Dept of Education Grant Will Improve Access to E-Books for Visually Impaired
Collect and Curate Data with Wolfram Alpha's Volunteer Program
Apple Awarded a Patent To Prevent Texting "Objectionable Content"
Bill Gates Announces $20 Million Program to Expand Educational Technology
The Importance of Teaching Digital Citizenship
Google Launches Contest to Encourage Kids to Code
New York Schools Go Google
Despite Rumors, MIT OpenCourseWare Insists "No Paywall"
New LinkedIn Tool Helps College Students Visualize Their Career Paths
Number of Virtual World Users Breaks 1 Billion, Roughly Half Under Age 15
Kno Announces Single Screen Tablet Textbook
Zuckerberg Launches Education Foundation, Donates $100 Million to Newark Schools
Online Education Meets the MBA
Zotero, the Best Way to "Cite Your Sources," Now Available Everywhere
Build Your Ed-Tech Startup With Help from the Kauffman Foundation
Grockit Becomes First Educational App to Join Google's App Marketplace
Scitable's Mobile Strategy to Democratize Science Education
ResearchGATE Offers Social Networking for Scholars and Scientists
College Students Head Back to the Classroom - Except Not Really
As Interest in Online Learning Grows, Udemy Lands $1 Million in Angel Funding
5 Ways Tech Startups Can Disrupt the Education System
Google Summer of Code Gives Students Hands-On Experience With Open Source Projects
Virtualizing the University Computer Lab
4 Tools for Teaching Kids to Code
Teachers Pick Their Top 5 Back-To-School Tech Tools
Just in Time for Back-to-School, LearnBoost Aces the Gradebook
Schools in Maryland Opt to "Go Google"
Scholars Build Blog-to-eBook Tool in One Week
Tracking What 21st Century Schools Should Teach
Is the Future of Education Online?
Another Major University Enrolls in Microsoft's Cloud
Ed-Tech Startup LearnBoost Takes Aim at Legacy Software Systems
Using Social Games to Teach Kids Entrepreneurship
ZooBurst Lets Kids Make Their Own AR Popup Book
The Biocep R Project Brings Open Science to the Cloud
THATCamp - Scholars and Archivists at the Intersection of Computing and the Humanities
Venture Capital in Education Summit: Showcasing Innovation and Investments in Education Startups
The Battles for Cloud-Based Education Heats Up
Google's New Secure Search May Force Schools to Block Google
OCWSearch Launches API
Education or Entrepreneurship: Do You Have to Make a Choice?
The Real-Time Web and K-12 Education: In and Out of the Classroom
Schoolhouse Funk: Bootsy Collins Launches Online Education Program
Google Releases Cloud Course, an Open Source Learning Platform
Einztein Launches PhD-Curated Online Education Search Guide
NCWIT, Edugirls Building a Diverse Tech Future
Online Learning Startup Udemy Launches with Plans to Democratize Online Education
College Calendaring System DormNoise Announces Series A Financing
Ning Announces New Pricing Model, Free Nings for Teachers
OpenCourseWare: Opportunities for the Ed-Tech Entrepreneur
Togetherville - A New Social Network for Kids
No Free Lunch For Ning Users, Plenty of Bargains Elsewhere
Twitter Archive is Nothing Without Tools, Funding
As Kids' Media Use Increases, Will Ed-Tech Investment Follow?
Cloud-Based, Open Source Future for Teachers?