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Education + Tech

Education & Tech, was created to build hope that education based on social technologies, can transform the new century, and enable abundance not only spiritually but economically. Milton Ramirez, Ed.D. - @tonnet is the founder & editor. He is a teacher, tech blogger, writes on education, and hails this blog from Union, NJ. For further questions, tips or concerns please e-mail him to:miltonramirez [at] educationandtech [dot] com

Teacher + Scholar

If you are a regular to Blog Education & Tech, you shall remember that I am a blogger and I'd written a post about education almost everyday since 2003. Education & Tech provides you with education news, expert tech advice, classroom management ideas, and social media tools for educators, administrators, parents and k-12 students.

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My Thoughts About Politics, Education and YouTube

I am not quite sure if this happening only on my mind but it seems like our politicians are not talking straight about minorities in the U.S. First, they play with the interest of million of undocumented people making noise in the Senate and leaving things same as before. Not Immigration Reform!. But, these very same politicians who haven't voted for the Immigration Reform in the Senate try to play Hispanics saying they speak Spanish in some cases and in others turning down Spanish Networks as Univision. In other words, Presidential Candidates Flunked Spanish.

Did you know that blogging can make you smarter? I don't think after many hours blogging my neurons are working better or faster. I am not sure. Somebody else can say something for our own benefit?

Now I have an Sony Ericsson 810i and very unfortunate about the Mobile YouTube. I can see nothing in the screen because the player ever starts. At the beginning I thought it was my cellphone the faulty one, but after reading some other complains, I've come to the conclusion that we’re a long way from getting mobile apps on cell phones that work.

Great Blog Award!

I haven't enough time to post these days and this blog hasn't being updated I it should. However, today while I was tracking our inbound links I've found two interesting topics that I would like to share with you. RugJeff has named this blog a great one! I am not sure what a great one is this but surely we are pleased to be selected at that level, specially when it comes from fellow bloggers who know how hard is to keep a blog with fresh content. Thanks RugJeff!

Another big surprise is the link that Repta gave us in his Internet y Noticias [ES]. Sometimes it pays to be bilingual and be able to follow what other fellow bloggers have to say in a different language than English. See a good example here.

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The Female Thing

I have been reading an interesting book about feminism, written by Laura Kipnis and she talks about the dirt part of female's sex, their concept about sex, the envy the male sex has for their attributes and as counterpart the vulnerability of women to conserve their diamond at all costs. However she touches the rape case as a state of punishment for all women and the submission that carries all that stuff once it is committed and the many ways men can get away without being penalized for such a felony. The problem she says is that a woman doesn't have enough credibility and many of those judges and the people wouldn't believe what she's saying about a rape and always someone will say that she was the one who started everything!

The author quoting Nancy Friday in her book My Secret Garden, says:
Rape does for a woman's sexual fantasy what the first martini does for her in reality: Both relieve her of responsibility and guilt...She gets him to do what she wants him to do, while seeming to be forced

Is there any men or women who see things differently?

15 Most Popular Blogs!

I don't understand anymore how Technorati ranks our blog. Obviously there are some differences between what it's been done by them and the conclusion of eBizMA. They (EbizMA) have a list of the 25 popular blogs that differ from the top popular 100 blogs in Technorati. Is there any chances that some day our small blogs figure in these lists, as important as it appears to be?






Technorati Favs


1.Boingboing.net
2.Problogger.net
3.TechCrunch.com
4.LifeHacker.com
5. 43Folders.com
6. Engadget.com
7. postsecret.blogspot.com
8.doshdosh.com
9. Profilepitstop.com
10. Gizmodo.com
11. headrush.typepad.com
12. alistapart.com
13. Micropersuasion.com
14. blog.guykawasaki.com
15. googleblog.blogspot.com


eBizMBA


1. Gizmodo.com
2. TMZ.com
3. engadget.com
4. LifeHacker.com
5. HuffingtonPost
6. boingboing.net
7. PerezHilton.com
8. Gawker.com
9. kotaku.com
10. DailyKos.com
11. TechCrunch.com
12. Defamer.com
13. Wokkete.com
14. Autoblog.com
15. ARSTechnica.com


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