Why and at what rate do technology innovations spread?

In the latest Out of School podcast, Fraser and Bradley discuss Office 365, Pixar in a Box, AirPlay, and start a series on Diffusion of Innovations

Diffusion of Innovations is a book about theory that seeks to explain how, why, and at what rate new ideas and technology spread through society. In light of the past ten years of smartphones, tablets, werables, and streamining music, this is a timely series to look a decade back to examine why certain products spread, while giving us clues to the future. If you’ve ever looked at various products and wondered why they achieved success when similar options didn’t, you will want to listen to this series. Click here for part 2.


Pixar in a Box
Diffusion of Innovations

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Out of School is a syndicated podcast series about education and technology and is run by Bradley Chambers (@bradleychambers), Director of Information Technology for Brainerd Baptist School, and Fraser Speirs (@fraserspeirs), Head of Computing and IT at Cedars School of Excellence.

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