This podcast from the 2009 COSN conference in Austin, Texas, features interviews with three individuals focusing on the website Grantwrangler, the 3M Micro Professional Projector MPro110, and the cloud-based computing model embraced by the company Stoneware Inc.

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Show Notes:

  1. Grant Wrangler is a free grants listing service offered by Nimble Press. We help teachers find classroom grants for school funding
  2. MyGrantWrangler Ning (an educational network for grant seekers – lots of librarians here!)
  3. The handheld $300 3M LED Projector (ISTEconnects post)
  4. Flickr Photos of the 3M Handheld
  5. A projector in my pocket and a Netbook in my satchel
  6. The 3M Micro Professional Projector MPro110 (official website)
  7. 2009 K-12 Horizon Report
  8. Cloud-based Computing (ISTEconnects blog post)
  9. Stoneware Inc. (company embracing cloud-based computing, catering to K-12 school deployments)
  10. Stoneware’s excellent explanatory page about cloud-based computing

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