Jeff Utecht's "The Thinking Stick".
The first post I commented on was his article titled "Asking the right Questions." In this article Mr. Utecht describes his thoughts on when people ask him questions like, "what's better, iPad or Android?" He states that there is no right answer. It all depends on what you want to do with it. If you are looking for a personal tool he states that they basically have all the same apps. People typically lean more towards the iPad because of their popularity, but they all basically do the same thing.
In his second post Mr. Utecht talks about how he must give a presentation to the student body in a couple of weeks. In his presentation he must encourage students to use technology. He states that his main problem is how he is going to address them to catch their attention. He says that through movements such as the Kony campaign he has a starting point. Mr. Utecht states that he believes this might be the best generation since WWI. He says that this generation is already tied up in social networks, and it has only ust started!