Albert Ip comments on David Wiley's post from yesterday, saying that while the creation of reusable objects in Flash and Java is too much to ask of teachers, "creating a webpage with all these wonderful resources embedded within [is] much closer to the expected skill set of educators." He points (correctly) to Blogger as a good example of the direction this could take. I agree. I think we are close to a mechanism that allows teachers to discover useful resources, such as the graphing tool Ip describes, and easily embed them into today's web page or blog post. More on this soon.