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The Congregation of Moms

The Congregation of Moms

A Cat-Lover's Miscellany, Mike Darton A neat collection of feline facts, embracing the essential, the trivial, the intriguing, and the extraordinary, this little anthology is the perfect bedside book to give to a cat lover. Herein you will discover such treats as Sir Isaac Newtons invention of the cat flap; the origins and popularity of cat names; the power of catmint; how long cats spend asleep each day; and the famous Chopin waltz that was in fact composed by the composers cat.

A Cat-Lover's Miscellany, Mike Darton A neat collection of feline facts, embracing the essential, the trivial, the intriguing, and the extraordinary, this little anthology is the perfect bedside book to give to a cat lover. Herein you will discover such treats as Sir Isaac Newtons invention of the cat flap; the origins and popularity of cat names; the power of catmint; how long cats spend asleep each day; and the famous Chopin waltz that was in fact composed by the composers cat.

One of the best attempts to define the full range of  privacy concerns at their intersection with new technologies, “A Taxonomy of Privacy,” appeared in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review in 2006. Its author, Daniel Solove, identified 16 privacy harms modulated by new technologies, including: information collection by surveillance; aggregation of information; insecurity of information; and disclosure, exposure, distortion, and increased accessibility of information.

One of the best attempts to define the full range of privacy concerns at their intersection with new technologies, “A Taxonomy of Privacy,” appeared in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review in 2006. Its author, Daniel Solove, identified 16 privacy harms modulated by new technologies, including: information collection by surveillance; aggregation of information; insecurity of information; and disclosure, exposure, distortion, and increased accessibility of information.

Seven Free Platforms for Teaching Online Courses  More and more high schools are embracing online courses to reach more students and all times of the day. The list cannot begin without mentioning Moodle first. Moodle is an free platform that is commonly referred to as a course management system or virtual learning environment. I use for myself Moodle each year with my first year students, is the Educational Psychology class. It's just great!

Seven Free Platforms for Teaching Online Courses More and more high schools are embracing online courses to reach more students and all times of the day. The list cannot begin without mentioning Moodle first. Moodle is an free platform that is commonly referred to as a course management system or virtual learning environment. I use for myself Moodle each year with my first year students, is the Educational Psychology class. It's just great!

This video covers the following: Old style education and the focus on memory and knowledge. New style education needs to focus on how to find immediate answers to complex problems from a starting point of ignorance, using new technology.   Most High Schools are not preparing students adequately for the future - just think about the technology changes these young people will experience in the next 50 years.

This video covers the following: Old style education and the focus on memory and knowledge. New style education needs to focus on how to find immediate answers to complex problems from a starting point of ignorance, using new technology. Most High Schools are not preparing students adequately for the future - just think about the technology changes these young people will experience in the next 50 years.

From Single to Multi-Threaded Narratives  Bray pointed to shifting modes of conversation. He showed a photo of a row of people holding champagne classes in a chauffeured car. Most of the people were looking at their phones, seemingly entirely disconnected from each other. But, Bray said, they were actually having conversations with each other on their phones, checking into the "WinoWagon" on Foursquare and commenting on photos others in the car had just posted to Instagram.

From Single to Multi-Threaded Narratives Bray pointed to shifting modes of conversation. He showed a photo of a row of people holding champagne classes in a chauffeured car. Most of the people were looking at their phones, seemingly entirely disconnected from each other. But, Bray said, they were actually having conversations with each other on their phones, checking into the "WinoWagon" on Foursquare and commenting on photos others in the car had just posted to Instagram.

The Digital Future    Duration:      43 minutes    First broadcast:      Monday 07 May 2012    On Start the Week Andrew Marr looks into the digital future. Nick Harkaway dismisses fears of a digital dystopia in which distracted people, caught between the real world and the screen world, are under constant surveillance. He believes we need to engage with the computers we have created, and shape our own destiny.

The Digital Future Duration: 43 minutes First broadcast: Monday 07 May 2012 On Start the Week Andrew Marr looks into the digital future. Nick Harkaway dismisses fears of a digital dystopia in which distracted people, caught between the real world and the screen world, are under constant surveillance. He believes we need to engage with the computers we have created, and shape our own destiny.

Series 1    Aleks Krotoski explores the digital world, looking at the urge to capture every image, experience and feeling for online eternity and how technology touches everything people do, both on and offline      3/7 What is the biggest threat to privacy: governments, corporate entities or our friends?       5/7 Crush: Aleks Krotoski explores how the digital world has impacted upon love.        7/7 Chance: Aleks Krotoski explores whether serendipity can exist in the digital world?

Series 1 Aleks Krotoski explores the digital world, looking at the urge to capture every image, experience and feeling for online eternity and how technology touches everything people do, both on and offline 3/7 What is the biggest threat to privacy: governments, corporate entities or our friends? 5/7 Crush: Aleks Krotoski explores how the digital world has impacted upon love. 7/7 Chance: Aleks Krotoski explores whether serendipity can exist in the digital world?

Lynn Schofield Clark, University of Denver associate professor in Media, Film, and Journalism Studies, director of the Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media and the author of The Parent App: Understanding Families in the Digital Age, talks about how parents can manage their children's (and their own) use of digital technology.

Lynn Schofield Clark, University of Denver associate professor in Media, Film, and Journalism Studies, director of the Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media and the author of The Parent App: Understanding Families in the Digital Age, talks about how parents can manage their children's (and their own) use of digital technology.

Keith Seed, senior lecturer in strategic management at the University of Hertfordshire's business school, is in his early 50s, and, as he freely admits, no IT nerd. Yet he has become a confident podcaster, all thanks to the guidance and support of his students.    This is the result of a university scheme which makes use of the fact that students' IT know-how is often superior to that of their teachers.

Keith Seed, senior lecturer in strategic management at the University of Hertfordshire's business school, is in his early 50s, and, as he freely admits, no IT nerd. Yet he has become a confident podcaster, all thanks to the guidance and support of his students. This is the result of a university scheme which makes use of the fact that students' IT know-how is often superior to that of their teachers.