By Maura Lerner, Star Tribune
“As a computer science professor, Nic McPhee admits it’s been a long time since he worked in the “real world.”
His last job — before he started teaching at the University of Minnesota, Morris, in 1991 — was before the World Wide Web. In other words, the computer Stone Age.
So this summer, when he turned 50, McPhee decided to find out what he was missing. He became a summer intern for two of his former students — the founders of Kidblog, a Minneapolis start-up.”