Disposable email addresses https://bit.ly/2EDvgxm Reluctant to give your email address away?
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Services such as Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix offer limited-time test runs, but if you’re ambitious enough, it doesn’t have to stop there. In fact, theoretically, you can continue using the service for free using a different email address after the trial period expires. Retailers — both online and off — also tend to demand an email address in order to take advantage of their offers, but that often results in an unwanted deluge of spammy corporate emails that you could otherwise do without.
Fake Name Generator http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/ Fake Name Generator
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Terms of Service in Social Media Platforms : #TOSDR https://tosdr.org/ Terms of Service in Social Media Platforms ... summarisingall those pages you don't really read ... even though you said you did.
“I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. We aim to fix that.
Terms of service are often too long to read, but it's important to understand what's in them. Your rights online depend on them. We hope that our ratings can help you get informed about your rights. Do not hesitate to click on a service below, to have more details!
Look Up From Your Phone - You're missing Life (or are you?) https://youtu.be/Z7dLU6fk9QY Look Up' - A spoken word film for an online generation.
'Look Up' is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, but always results in us spending more time alone.
Napster For Pirated 3D Printing Templates? http://techcrunch.com/2013/05/04/3d-printing-piracy-physibles/ Napster For Pirated 3D Printing Templates?
Buy it in a store, laser-scan it at home, upload it to the web, print it anywhere. 3D printing is poised for the mainstream, but what happens when one person’s finely hand-crafted designs can be pirated and reproduced by anyone?
Will 3D-printing-piracy social networks arise? And how will manufacturers lobby to stop them?
Technology that Will Disrupt the Future https://bit.ly/1hivTxT Tech that Will Disrupt the Future
Are “transhumans” the future of mankind?
The Future of Silicon Valley
Reality (data) mining http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reality_mining Reality (data) mining
Reality mining is the collection and analysis of machine-sensed environmental data pertaining to human social behavior, with the goal of identifying predictable patterns of behavior. It was declared to be one of the "10 technologies most likely to change the way we live" by Technology Review Magazine.
e.g collecting data for for smart phone and using it for social engineering ... to make your life .. easier and more healthy.
Reality mining studies human interactions based on the usage of wireless devices such as mobile phones and GPS systems providing a more accurate picture of what people do, where they go, and with whom they communicate with rather than from more subjective sources such as a person's own account.
Reality mining is one aspect of digital footprint analysis.
Should Mobile Phone cases be allowed in schools? http://www.yellowjacketcase.com/ The debate in many schools is still going on regarding students bringing their mobile phones into school for teaching and learning.
I wonder how many schools have included smart phone cases in their policies
What stirred me to mention this in particular
is the "Yellow Jacket case stun gun in your favorite color."
I've even been informed there is an iPhone case that delivers pepper spray ... what next?
'One Second To The Next' Documentary - It Can Wait https://youtu.be/_BqFkRwdFZ0 Dangers of Driving and Texting
Xzavier, Chandler, Debbie, and Reggie all know the horrors of texting & driving firsthand. Watch their stories in this It Can Wait Documentary.
Visit www.itcanwait.com to take the pledge, and learn more about the dangers of texting while driving
World's First Entirely 3D-Printed Gun http://onforb.es/ZuDxZs World's First Entirely 3D-Printed Gun
All sixteen pieces of the Liberator prototype were printed in ABS plastic with a Dimension SST printer from 3D printing company Stratasys, with the exception of a single nail that’s used as a firing pin. The gun is designed to fire standard handgun rounds, using interchangeable barrels for different calibers of ammunition.
Technically, Defense Distributed’s gun has one other non-printed component: the group added a six ounce chunk of steel into the body to make it detectable by metal detectors in order to comply with the Undetectable Firearms Act. In March, the group also obtained a federal firearms license, making it a legal gun manufacturer.
Know Your Meme: Internet Meme Database http://knowyourmeme.com/ Know Your Meme: Internet Meme Database
Know Your Meme is a website dedicated to documenting Internet phenomena: viral videos, image macros, catchphrases, web celebs and more.
Moral education enhanced by internet in IT courses https://bit.ly/Xm1GiP Moral education enhanced by internet in IT courses
Choosing appropriate topics for moral discussion.
Will Robots Take Your Job? http://nyr.kr/WcOzzT Will Robots Take Your Job?
Slowly, but surely, robots (and virtual ’bots that exist only as software) are taking over our jobs; according to one back-of-the-envelope projection, in ninety years “70 percent of today’s occupations will likewise be replaced by automation.” Should we be worried?
econsumer.gov http://www.econsumer.gov In April of 2001, responding to the challenges of multinational Internet fraud, and working to enhance consumer protection and consumer confidence in e-commerce, 13 countries unveiled econsumer.gov, a joint effort to gather and share cross-border e-commerce complaints.
Today, consumer protection agencies in 28 countries participate in this initiative.
The project has two components: a multilingual public website, and a government, password-protected website. The public site allows consumers to lodge cross-border complaints, and to try to resolve their complaints through means other than formal legal action.
Wearable Tech: Welcome to the Future of Fashion http://mashable.com/2012/05/23/wearable-tech-infographic Wearable Tech: Welcome to the Future of Fashion
This infographic, provided by Visual.ly and VoucherCodes.co.uk, takes a look at the most up-and-coming wearable technology. Some of these products have already hit the market, and others are projected to in the near future.
Take a look at some of the trending wearable tech accessories.
Will you be spending your money on any of these gadgets?
The Web's New Gold Mine: Your Secrets http://on.wsj.com/ym3qzi The Web's New Gold Mine: Your Secrets
Hidden inside Ashley Hayes-Beaty's computer, a tiny file helps gather personal details about her, all to be put up for sale for a tenth of a penny.
How The CIA Uses Social Media https://bit.ly/s6FhFr How The CIA Uses Social Media to Track How People Feel
In a nondescript building in Virginia(USA), analysts are tracking millions of tweets, blog posts, and Facebook updates from around the world
Meme Memes http://thedailymeme.com/what-is-a-meme/ What is a Meme
The term and concept of meme is from the 1976 book by Richard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene.
Though Dawkins defined the meme as “a unit of cultural transmission, or a unit of imitation,” memeticists vary in their definitions of meme. The lack of a consistent, rigorous definition of what precisely a meme is remains one of the principal criticisms leveled at memetics, the study of memes.
By some other definitions memes are viral and propagate around sometimes mutating as they propagate. Someone proposed something along the lines of some blog posts are viral, they write about something they see on one blog and the next person does the same sometimes their interpretation varies slightly changing the story
How Egyptians Used Twitter http://mashable.com/2011/02/01/egypt-twitter-infographic/ How Egyptians Used Twitter During the January 2011 Crisis [INFOGRAPHIC]
Social media intelligence firm Sysomos has analyzed a lot of the Egypt-related tweets and mined them for important cues, such as keywords and location data, that might show us just how news and information about Egypt are being disseminated via social media.
Growing Up Online http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/kidsonline/ Growing Up Online
In Growing Up Online, FRONTLINE (pbs) takes viewers inside the very public private worlds that kids are creating online, raising important questions about how the Internet is transforming childhood.
"The Internet and the digital world was something that belonged to adults, and now it's something that really is the province of teenagers, " says C.J. Pascoe, a postdoctoral scholar with the University of California, Berkeley's Digital Youth Research project.
At school, teachers are trying to figure out how to reach a generation that no longer reads books or newspapers.
"We can't possibly expect the learner of today to be engrossed by someone who speaks in a monotone voice with a piece of chalk in their hand," one school principal says.
"You have a generation faced with a society with fundamentally different properties, thanks to the Internet," says Danah Boyd, a fellow at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
"It's a question for us of how we teach ourselves and our children to live in a society where these properties are fundamentally a way of life. This is public life today."
Watch the complete program(me) online.
Goals of an Ethics Policy http://noodletools.com/debbie/ethical/policytemplate.html Goals of an Ethics Policy
An ethics policy explains your [school, library, technology, classroom] goals, values and program within the larger context of the [district, school] educational mission, policies and procedures.
By stating the rules and identifying the norms as lived in daily practices, the ethics policy offers explicit guidance about an individual's behavior and clarifies the rights and responsibilities of the institution and its stakeholders, the community and its members, the classroom and its learners.
Rise in public sector PC misuse (UK) http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4076528.stm Rise in public sector PC misuse (UK)
Computer fraud and abuse is on the rise in the public sector, a report by the public watchdog, the Audit Commission, has found.
The number of computer fraud cases has doubled, up from 8% of cases in 2001 to 16% in 2004.
The Journey Inside http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/education/k12/the-journey-inside.html The Journey InsideSM is a collection of 35 interactive, online lessons for students to complete.
The curriculum is divided into six sections:
Introduction to Computers, Circuits and Switches, Digital Information, Microprocessors, The Internet, and Technology and Society.
Many of the lessons include interactive Flash* activities, virtual field trips, and videos demonstrating the ideas discussed. You will also be able to use the other Intel Innovation in Education thinking tools such as Visual Ranking and Seeing Reason to further enhance your students' learning.
Cyber Ethics http://www.cybercrime.gov/rules/lessonplan1.htm Cyber Ethics : A lesson plan for primary and middle schools students.
What is a Computer Crime | Hackers Invade Privacy | Computer "Pirates" Steal Intellectual Property | How Can We Prevent Computer Crime | Code of Responsible Computing |
Technology and Inequality http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/lessons.php?BenchmarkID=3&DocID=348 Technology and Inequality
Purpose : To help students become more familiar with different types of technology, and to understand that not all people have the same access to technology.
In this lesson, students study briefly the history, evolution, and social benefits of the automobile (as a general model for the kinds of technologies that were once enjoyed only by those who could afford them). Though most technologies today are enjoyed by more and more people, students will weigh the reasons why technologies like the automobile, computers, cell phones, and others are not accessed or used equally by all groups of society.
They will recognize that issues like high cost, special training, and limited need contribute to these discrepancies.
The Internet and Education (Pew Reports) https://bit.ly/gDVL1V The Internet and Education (Pew Reports)
An overview of how today's student and parents use the Internet to do research, homework, contact schools and teachers, and also sometimes to cheat.
Teenage Life Online http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2001/Teenage-Life-Online.aspx Teenage Life Online: The rise of the instant-message generation and the Internet's impact on friendships and family relationships
About 17 million youth ages 12 through 17 use the Internet.
That represents 73% of those in this age bracket. A study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project reveals that teenagers?use of the Internet plays a major role in their relationships with their friends, their families, and their schools.
Parents and their children often do not agree about the place of the Internet in their home. Many parents say they enforce time limits on their children? use of the Internet, but most teens do not say they have limits.
At times, the role of the Internet at home generates struggles and arguments between parents and teens. Both generations agree that teens know more than their parents about the Internet.
Technomania Series (Video) https://bit.ly/hyaTqC Technomania Series
The advertisements were published in The New York Times. The fifth series in the campaign, discusses technomania. The first ad asks serious questions about the current rush to spend billions for computers in schools. Subsequent ads in the series will discuss the social, environmental, economic, and human health consequences of various megatechnologies.
Imagining the Internet: Predictions Database http://www.elon.edu/predictions/ Imagining the Internet: Predictions Database
Searchable and browsable database of over 4000 predictions made about the Internet in the early 1990's, plus more recent predictions from a 2004 survey of "technology stakeholders."
Topics include community, culture, global .. relationships ...
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility http://cpsr.org/ Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility - CPSR
"CPSR is a public-interest alliance of computer scientists and others concerned about the impact of computer technology on society. As technical experts, CPSR members provide the public and policymakers with realistic assessments of the power, promis ... "