Alexander Russo of The Grade sent me a list of questions – a follow-up to some comments I’d made in one of my newsletters about the problems with journalism and (ed-)tech trade publications. His description of my work is a bit odd. I have “tunnel vision” he contends, and do not give any context to developments in education technology. “I am uncomfortable with her single-minded focus on education technology and its potential dangers and downsides,” he writes.
I think that’s called “a beat”? But as he notes. I am not a “traditional journalist”
The full Q&A is here.