More analysis of my blog

The 15-year-old kid in India, Yuvi, does a LOT more analysis of my blog. For instance, there’s a 70% chance I won’t link to something twice. I find this all fascinating. Gives me a look into my own behavior here that I never had. It also turns out I link a lot more to PodTech lately. That makes sense, cause I’m now part of PodTech and want you to know what I’m doing over there.

This analysis earned Yuvi a subscription. I find I’m putting stuff of his on my link blog. It’d be very interesting to see an analysis of what I put on the link blog. Why? Cause I bet that’s a bit less biased — I put anything on there that simply catches my eye. That might be a more useful thing to analyze.

UPDATE: Christian Long (my favorite education blogger) analyzes Yuvi’s posts.

12 thoughts on “More analysis of my blog

  1. He is a wonderful example of what can happen when a kid’s imagination and creativity is unleashed with a set of tools to accomplish a goal. This has been my long-held frustration with our schools here — instead of teaching kids to use technology to investigate and experiment, they’re taught rote tasks and told in backhanded ways that the Internet is an evil place where they should tread lightly.

    There are only a few teachers who differ — unfortunately none of them are in our school district.

  2. He is a wonderful example of what can happen when a kid’s imagination and creativity is unleashed with a set of tools to accomplish a goal. This has been my long-held frustration with our schools here — instead of teaching kids to use technology to investigate and experiment, they’re taught rote tasks and told in backhanded ways that the Internet is an evil place where they should tread lightly.

    There are only a few teachers who differ — unfortunately none of them are in our school district.

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