Bravo for the Duke iPod Experiment

"It was a daring experiment, and one that caught immediate criticism because some saw the university as 'giving away toys' to the incoming freshman class," writes Terry Calhoun in the latest edition of our IT Trends eLetter. "Well, iPods are 'toys' in a sense, and of course they were mostly used for entertainment. But some pretty interesting lessons were learned.

"And it was just the start. Next fall, incoming freshman at one university are each getting their own personal gigabyte key fob drive." Read more

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