Monthly Archives: November 2010

Traffic signals in the information age

I’ve begun to wonder if we’re starting to see a revolution in how we think about traffic, or if this has been around all along and I’m just now noticing it.  Here are a few different proposals for ways to … Continue reading

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Conrad Wolfram: Teaching kids real math with computers

I nearly bailed on this presentation when he first mentioned that we should use computers to teach math.  But his reasoning is solid.  This is one approach that embraces the information age instead of simply automating the industrial age with … Continue reading

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