It seems I've started down the road of systemic education reform which for me is focused on effective use of technology for learning and teaching. This is a rough map of what I'll be working on for the rest of my life. Ideas range from design of instructional units and lesson plans, a whole branch of lessons from Alan Kay presentations, professional development for teachers, a collection of really big ideas that computation and networking enable, among other things. If I have seemed like I'm all over the map when speaking to you about educational technology, the "systemic" part might explain the appearance of a lack of focus. No one of these things is going to bring the technology revolution to education.