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Show me your dID!

And by dID I mean your digital identity. There was a lively conversation on Twitter tonight for #edtechchat about digital citizenship. One specific question posed has really made me reflect. Since the thought stream is more than 140 characters, a … Continue reading

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Facebook Privacy

I’ve had a Facebook account since college, when it was only for colleges and everything was relatively private. The priorities and audience for Facebook has definitely shifted. Now the privacy settings are numerous and almost meant to trap the user … Continue reading

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Facebook is a good thing

Yesterday I saw two different blog posts about the benefits of Facebook (blogs & other social media sites) for increasing student confidence when it comes to writing. Researchers Say the Social Web Improves Kids’ Literacy (Geeks Say ‘Duh’) Study: Children … Continue reading

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How Facebook’s New Privacy Changes Will Affect You

How Facebook’s New Privacy Changes Will Affect You tags: facebook, privacy However, for Facebook‘s user base, now 350 million strong, the updates represent a major overhaul as to how privacy is handled on the site. Change #1: No More Regional … Continue reading

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Facebook Safely

Teachers (or wanna be teachers) on Facebook have made the news recently for inappropriate content. It is unfair that teachers are treated differently than almost all other professionals. The perfect example is a person who is 21 in a picture … Continue reading

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Facebook Fiasco

Jurors in Lancaster, PA in trouble for posting to Facebook while serving on the jury. The murder case was heavily reported on in the news, and apparentely the jury wanted to capitalize on their 15 minutes of fame, which is … Continue reading

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Do you remember?

Nathan Barry wrote an insightful list for wired.com – 100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About. The list shows how fast technology can change. Based on the comments that many people listed for the article, people are sentimental. They … Continue reading

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