Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

January 2014

Reality show producers are looking for Mainers “passionate about lobster fishing [and] adventurous, tough, capable” bit.ly/1fqr6Yq

via Buffer

“Should Computer Programming be Considered a Foreign Language?” No. The focus should be on problem-solving. bit.ly/1fcpuju

via Buffer

About the need to define terms: Commenters on Chronicle article about the “Liberal Arts” disagree on what they are. bit.ly/MkIBzK

via Buffer

UMaineCareerCtr @projectlogin works to expand the network of computing and IT professionals in Maine. Find them at the on Jan 29th.

via Twuffer (retweeted on 6:35 PM, Jan 24th, 2014 via Twitter for Websites)

Computer science about to become a core subject in every Chicago high school (and offered in every K-8) - bit.ly/1eGyte2C

via Buffer

DanielGulati “My favorite things in life don’t cost any money. It’s really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time.”

-Steve Jobs

via Twitter Ads (retweeted on 4:05 PM, Jan 23rd, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@julpark It’s been a pleasure to support the team and see the vision come to reality. Can’t wait for the next phase!

via Twitter Web Client in reply to julpark

@luker The @Harvard_Law team is phenomenal. They have been creative and methodical, with even higher aspirations for the future. Stay tuned.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to luker

Startup Weekend EDU: pitch, collaborate, and produce startups that solve important education problems - bit.ly/1eEzQKf

via Buffer

I’m pleased to have served as a digital strategy consultant for the new Harvard Law Today bit.ly/1jzDlDp

via Buffer

Using an ethnographic approach to understand the outcomes of open government initiatives, or any public program - bit.ly/1fWA4A6

via Buffer

Aspen Institute report: Open government movement needs a more entrepreneurial culture with clearly-defined outcomes - bit.ly/1cQEgcW

via Buffer

College puts student profiles on front page. What an improvement over pretty campus foliage shots! via bobjohnson bit.ly/1fR89kW

via Buffer

Bates and Bowdoin were among leaders who gathered at the White House to discuss ways to increase higher ed access - bit.ly/1dYay6x

via Buffer

Computerworld: Starbucks caught storing mobile passwords in clear text - bit.ly/1cvC9em

via Buffer

Coding went mainstream in 2013 because the “new” computer science is now relevant across all of life and work - bit.ly/1j1Q0id

via Buffer

Intnl Open Data Day: “write apps, liberate data, create visualizations, publish analyses using open public data” bit.ly/1cufCi6

via Buffer

Nellie Mae: Global studies can help close the achievement gap. Asia Society’s Intnl Studies Schools demonstrate how. bit.ly/1dwBqy4

via Buffer

A great year for the “new” computer science. Code.org hits 22 million learners, 500k begin 20-hr course bit.ly/1cu8Qsw

via Buffer

Wow. According to Business Insider, Portland ME is one of 14 places to visit, anywhere in the world, this year! - read.bi/1ffVeJ0

via Buffer

Maine graduates: Get a tax credit of up to $4,272 for student loans, even more for computing and IT professionals - projectlogin.com/tax-credit

via Twitter Web Client

Chronicle: Ed tech trends to watch in 2014: open-source, learning pathways, analytics, gamification, hype shakeout - bit.ly/Kzk75c

via Buffer

This is great! RT @hrheingold My unorganized collection of crap detection links grows & grows delicious.com/hrheingold/cra…

via Twitterrific for Mac

@priyamaine Great. Send contact info to me at jay@educatemaine.org and I’ll update.

via Twitter for Websites in reply to priyamaine

Is this credible: “Underground Nuclear Explosion at Crippled Japan Atomic Plant” on December 31 - bit.ly/194xLYF

via Buffer

@kerri9494 As long as we cheer on violence (games/sports), we prevent the evolution beyond the anachronistic protector/hero myth. My2c.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to kerri9494

Why is is that we abhor violence against women but we still condone, and make excuses about, violence toward men? bit.ly/19HvDGK

via Buffer

Beyond co-housing and eco-villages: collaborative housing. Agile, flexible, fewer rules. The Sandbox House, Berkeley: bit.ly/JO2rBs

via Buffer

Principles for evolving, collaborative, and agile gatherings and organizations, via Venessa Miemis - bit.ly/192bcE0

via Buffer

@priyamaine We’re building a prof. mentors directory. May I add your contact info for Deering robotics to our list? opendata.socrata.com/Education/Comp…

via Twitter Web Client in reply to priyamaine

National university faculty association to meet in January to debate qualty, relevance, and efficiency in higher ed - bit.ly/1a4D1dk

via Buffer