Now that entertainment and education technology are merging. One of the great ways to get insights into the changes taking place is through the ACMs on-line publication
. The community is run by Newton Lee who is also a fellow board of advisor for the Digital Hollywood University Project. The content ranges from the recent Scholarship awards dinner held at AFI
which featured music legend Quincy Jones
to an upcoming discussion with George Lucas, who recently granted $175 million to the USC School for Cinematic Arts, to a 2004 video interview with Sun's own John Gage
. We've got some really cool things coming up in 2007 based on the premise that learning is fun. With a new student-designed island for Sun in Education in Second Life to the first University development centers for Project Darkstar. Stay tuned.