To Android or not to Android

There is no box

I’d seriously considered making the switch to Android when the Nexus 5 came out. But this time around I decided it was time to look at Android again. I’m a huge fan of the Finger Print sensor on the back and the notifications in Android have already simplified my work flow.

Interesting idea - Chromebook + Nexus 7 instead of just an iPad

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Two Guys and Some iPads

Next was, Jakub Koter the co-founder of Red Piston which specializes in building innovative Mobile Apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry Playbook. On Monday, July 29th our baby took it''s first step!

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There is no box

Of course chromebooks and iPads (or android tablets) are out there. Branching out in to non-tradtional (like edCamps) is better. My first job in education was at a small rural high school district.