The internet revolution represents a tiny sliver of time in the history of humanity, and yet the impact has been profound. The growth of the internet has been world changing. But the beginnings were small and seemingly inconsequential. This chasm has left education seriously isolated from the lives of its students, teachers and the rest of the world. Nonetheless change is imminent. Today everyone in school, college, university and the workplace in most parts of the world has an email account and a cell phone, and likely a blog, a website and membership in a social network. The field of formal education or schooling has historically been uncomfortable with technology although learning and technology are integral to human development. Nonetheless, technologies associated with behaviorist, cognitivist and even constructivist learning theories did not have a significant impact on or adoption by the education system.