Friday, December 3, 2010

E-Paper To Be As Disposable As Normal Paper?

University researchers have found a way to turn paper into e-paper—that is, the same electronic screen in a Kindle. Professor Andrew Steckl, from the University of Cincinnati, successfully showed how electrowetting paper works in a similar manner to electrowetting glass. While e-paper is good for a few years at least, Steckl says this paper e-paper "is very cheap, very fast, full-color and at the end of the day or the end of the week, you could pitch it into the trash." This paper e-paper would contain as much information as a computer monitor, according to Steckl, but can be thrown out easily, with few environmental repercussions.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Using Technology in Physical Education Newsletter

Posted the December 2010 newsletter at -------enjoy