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iPads in Education: DRM Hell

Fraser Speirs:

[This way is] fraught with hassle but is about the best that I could design. I have a Mac mini that will be the “canonical” computer for App Store purchases. Once bought on this machine, iTunes Home Sharing will make sure it appears on all the other machines.

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This is a hole in Apple’s App Store infrastructure that the massive interest in iPads for education is exposing, in a way that the iPhone and iPod touch never did. One can hope that someone at Apple is looking at ways to solve it.

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Why would someone want to deploy game consoles in schools?

Phys Ed department don't deploy Wii's to teach tennis, do they?

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