From PC World.This is a really interesting read!
A very good article on the importance of ‘net neutrality’. Tim Berners-Lee who normally keeps a low profile is speaking out in favour of this.
This is inspiration for life!I have seen the video -that is regrettably no longer available free on uTube.It is because of the determination of Dick and the beauty of technology that Rick gains the power of communication, and this incredible feat became a reality. Buy the video, it is worth it, it will change your Continue Reading
Did you know that if you look in a dictionary printed before 1940, a definition of a computer is defined as a person who performs calculations. This type of definition still exists today in the Oxford English Dictionary although takes secondary place -to the real definition as – a computer is a person who makes Continue Reading
Teaching over the web vs in the classroom: differences in the instructor experience. A very interesting article for those with children. Read the whole article, it begins with negative aspects, e.g. feeling of unable to use social interaction skills by teachers, towards the end the paper presents some positive and interesting observations. Particularly on p6. Continue Reading
Do you or your children suffer from online addiction?Check out this url for help and tips: http://www.netaddiction.com/whatis.htm.
Are you concerned that your kids could be the victims of cyberbullying?Check out this url for some advice: http://cyberbully.org./
I just thought I’d share this with you. I assumed that everyone must have heard about the TIME magazine nomination of YOU for 2006, but seems -talking to my sister based in Australia- that I was wrong. We should all be aware that we have each one of us in some way made some contribution Continue Reading
Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist and author. Described by The Economist as a “security guru,” Schneier is best known as a refreshingly candid and lucid security critic and commentator. This lecture is part of the British Computer Society’s 50th anniversary and it is open to all. No ticket is required. Entry is Continue Reading
Hi, If you have a child with autism or special needs, take a look at the following game designed to teach children with special needs to cross the road. http://www.digitalspace.com/projects/dotolearn/index.html