Category Archives: education

Kids Need To Learn Digital Literacy


And Not How To Code ‘The new narrative in education, echoed from Silicon Valley to Washington, D.C., is: “Everyone should learn to code.” But something’s getting lost in translation between technologists and parents of students around the country. ‘Let’s get … Continue reading

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Who Decides How History Gets Recorded?


‘This shows how the responsibility to record history is not left solely in the hands of journalists. With the mass amounts of information circulating the web, each of us has the responsibility to be mindful individuals by using these readily … Continue reading

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Should Cyborgs Have the Same Privacy Rights As Humans?


A cyborg is someone with an e-tattoo or an implanted biochip. If he/she commits a crime, and evidence of that crime exists on that device within them, do they have a legal right to protect that evidence? Do cyborgs have … Continue reading

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The LA School iPad Anomaly


‘…The decision comes on the heels of an investigation by NPR member station KPCC, which obtained emails between Deasy and tech executives that bring into question whether the initial bidding process was fair. First, some context: ‘The goal of the … Continue reading

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Twitter and Press Intimidation in Ferguson


‘…There are downsides to the way Twitter mediates events like Ferguson’s protests as well: Politico’s Alex Byers talked to several experts who said Twitter’s free-for-all nature fused with the chaos in Ferguson “to create an environment that spotlights startling developments … Continue reading

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The Workshop School Works


In This School, Class Is A Workshop And Experiments Are Mandatory ‘Imagine a school where classes are organized not by subject but by project — a school created not by administrators, but by teachers fed up with the status quo. … Continue reading

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Every G Glass User a Possible Thief


Google Glass wearers can steal your password ‘Cyber forensics experts at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell have developed a way to steal passwords entered on a smartphone or tablet using video from Google’s face-mounted gadget and other video-capturing devices. … Continue reading

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