This isn’t really about computers but if you did a lesson on signal processing and data acquisition, you might tie it into speech and this would be a good resource.
Created in 1992, the Starfire movie showed a day in the life of a knowledge worker in the far-off distant year, 2004. It is interesting to watch now to see how many things actually came true.
A promising Web site with NXT news and forums.
We were looking for ways to show students visually how the Internet works.
Nice video showing technical details of how the Internet works.
Free app to visualize traceroutes.
Info on tracing paths through the Internet
This looks very cool but it doesn’t do the mapping part like it promises.
For mapping e-mail routes. Isn’t very accurate!
6. http://kharkoma.homelinux.com/gmaps/gmaptc.html – same problem
Lots of great basic info on how to build things with the NXT kits
From the Lego people themselves comes a library of programs you can use for programming NXT robots.
Not really computer technology, but important to teach…
One man’s opinion on what programming language is best.
Jay Kinzie is a master builder of Mindstorms NXT robots!!!! This video shows some of his work.