TechXav - a student-run tech blog

By Murray Bourne, 28 Oct 2009

I'm impressed with this: TechXav.

It's a blog run by a group of 14 and 15 year-olds offering "the latest Web 2.0 start-ups and technology news."

The international writers come from Singapore, Chile, USA and Malaysia and produce a slick and popular product. It is a nice demonstration of how people from around the world can collaborate on something they find meaningful. I'll use it as an example when doing e-learning training.

I picked up a math-related tip written by one of the main bloggers, Xavier Lur: Your Handy Web 2.0 Scientific Calculator, which points to Web2.0Calc. It is indeed a neat online calculator.

Good luck, TechXav guys!

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One Comment on “TechXav - a student-run tech blog”

  1. Xavier Lur says:

    Thanks a lot!

    representing the TechXav team

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