Monthly Archives: June 2012

Strange Things Happen When Blogs are Hacked

My ThinkICT blog about all things ICT got hacked a few weeks ago. Because of that and the fact that I didn’t have an ideal backup copy (yeah, we all know we are supposed to backup regularly) it took me … Continue reading

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Thinking about Online Privacy

What does “big brother” know? I wanted to share this blog post by Alfred Thompson, who lives here in New Hampshire and is the “K-12 Computer Science Academic Relations Manager for Microsoft”.  

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Techbooks instead of Textbooks

Here’s an interesting name for a great resource: Download the Universe was created by a team of science writers. They will provide reviews of science eBooks. Discovery Education has created some science textbooks … oh wait, I mean techbooks, not textbooks. 🙂  

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