What if you could harness all of those moments you spend waiting for computing tasks to complete and do something constructive with them?
A new set of apps from MIT, called WaitSuite, embeds language learning into existing computing tasks so that you can learn a language while you wait around. These wait moments may not be lengthy, but strung together throughout the day you can now do something useful with the stolen time.
Full announcement: Learn a language while you wait for WiFi
The apps integrate with email and web browsers to harness those micro-moments. Get it here: http://people.csail.mit.edu/ccai/waitchatter/
Currently, its only provided as a plug-in for the Chrome web browser and supports learning Spanish and French, with English assumed as the primary language.