In the news: George goes to Washington, Red Tails, AT-AT urban legends, ILM

Yesterday, George Lucas spoke up for educational broadband at a Congressional hearing in his guise as chairman of the George Lucas Educational Foundation:

“Telecommunications provides the new learning platform of this century and is replacing the textbook as the medium through which a modern education is provided,” he said. “The world’s knowledge is now available online, far beyond what books and materials can provide in schools and libraries themselves.”

4 thoughts on “In the news: George goes to Washington, Red Tails, AT-AT urban legends, ILM

  1. xadrian

    That Chronicle article was truly worthless. I hadn’t heard that myth before and thanks to the stellar reporting and lack of visual evidence, I’m not sure I’ll remember it tomorrow.

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  2. Paula

    I can forsee several different directors who could be vying for the Tuskegee Airmen film. I’ll be curious to see who Rick and George decide on.

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