FCC Chairman Hearts Springsteen, iPhone App for Kids
Okay, here's what we've gleaned this week about Julius Genachowski, head of the Federal Communications Commission.
He's into the Boss and digs educational iPhone apps for his kids.
This week, he spoke at a music policy conference and explained net neutrality through Bruce Springsteen lyrics.
Today, in front of a convention hall full of wireless industry executives and developers, he talked about the power of mobile technology and how it is teaching kids to shoot for the stars.
"On a clear night last week I was outside with my kids and my iPhone. We were using an app called Star Walk. When you point it up, you can see dynamic images of the stars and constellations. After playing with it for a minute my 5-year-old daughter pointed to the sky and said: "There's Pegasus." As they say, "priceless."
Well actually, it was $4.95, happily paid.
October 7, 2009; 1:33 PM ET
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