We've blogged about this before, telling you that Brooklyn is helping to set the trend taking us into the digital future, or should we say the digital present.
(See a previous video post about Atavist.)
Arne Duncan, speaking at the National Press Club yesterday (photo here), put his ideas out there for the world to see, and much of the world to beat up on, no doubt.
Duncan says South Korea is way ahead of the U.S., with that Asian nation hoping to be rid of all its dead wood texts by 2015.
Be aware: This is not just about taking shots of each textbook page. Scanners may see an uptick in their revenues from this, but it's also about incorporating audio, video and interactive technology into the learning process. The kids are probably saying, Yeah. But many on the other side of the chrono scale are scratching their heads.
And maybe wanting to scratch Arne's face.