Listen: Salesforce, Bill Gates, Paul Allen discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"I think it will help students. Learn why hasn't it happened already? Why isn't this reality now? Well, the textbook market is a tough market. And the who's should really try this stuff out, you know, where should the RND money? Come from for these things it it. It's it's really not like a normal consumer market, and you've gotta get the equipment in. So, you know, having PC's or tablets all the time is much easier now than ten years ago where you had to walk into the lab and some of them would be broken now. Ideally, some of this can be done just on the cell phone screen all of it Cam. But actually quite a bit of it can that is nearly pervasive at this point and the so it is moving slower than it should educational innovation. We society way under invest in. And. We're trying to get some of these private sector companies to do. Well. But a lot of them. Just as they try to build a Salesforce the economic stone. Don't work very well. Coming up Bill Gates reflects on the life of his late Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen. Ping-pong virtual reality. Dodgeball board games. Video games a zip line and even a robotics competition. It's the geekwire bash coming."