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KWVlog 02-08-2011 Lessons Learned from Tutorspree

One of my resolutions for this year is to create more videos and therefore I decided to reboot my KWVlog today. The general plan is to talk once or twice a week about what I’ve learned from my EDUKWEST interviews, blog posts and other talks.

So lets start with a recap of my latest EDUKWEST interview with Aaron Harris, co-founder and CEO of Tutorspree.

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R:ED January 23rd to January 29th 2011

  1. Vid.ly Makes Streaming Video Work on Any Device
  2. Kno Is Looking For Student Ambassadors And Are Paying In Hefty Tablet Discounts
  3. BlipSnips Adds Enhanced Tagging And Captioning To Facebook Videos
  4. TransferWise wants to be the Skype of currency exchange
  5. MoshiMonsters launches first toy range, aims at $22 billion US market
  6. Tinychat Raises $1.5M From Kutcher, Diddy And Others, Is Just Getting Started
  7. $2-Billion Federal Program Could Be ‘Windfall’ for Open Online Learning
  8. Google Apps Marketplace Gets An Education Category
  9. The Future According to Schmidt: “Augmented Humanity,” Integrated Into Google
  10. Babylon Aims to Be the Quora of Translation
  11. Babylon Aims To Build A “Quora For Linguistics” Off Its 72 Million Members
  12. Report: Skype Delays IPO Until Second Half Of 2011 To Build Up More Revenue
  13. McGraw Hill Gets In On the Mobile Education Market
  14. Is Facebook Testing Voice Chat? [PIC]
  15. E-Readers in Africa: Non-Profit Brings Thousands of Books to Ghanaian Children
  16. YC-Backed Tutorspree Is An Airbnb For Tutoring
  17. Your Professor, Your Computer, and You
  18. Tennessee’s Webb School makes iPads mandatory, still looks down on note-passing

Tutorspree – Find great Tutors for your Kids

Today, a new local service for tutors launched in the US. Tutorspree is a place for parents to find great tutors for their kids, the service is targeting the K12 sector only.

At the moment the service is available in New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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