Monthly Archives: April 2012

Did anyone else see this and think “Whoa”?

CNN posted this article titled “Why one in five U.S. adults doesn’t use the Internet“.  Here’s just a snippet: Even though the Internet has become a key tool for accessing services, getting an education, finding jobs, getting the news, keeping up … Continue reading

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Spirit if not the letter

How do we teach copyright in Asia, in countries where the international copyright law is not followed to begin with?  What is our obligation as educators? It’s important to give credit where credit is due.  I see our obligation on this … Continue reading

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Knock knock…

Hmmm.  What to say about my view of privacy online and my own personal feelings about privacy…. What…to..say… Moment of truth: I’ve never really worried about my privacy – online or otherwise.  Not that I don’t value my privacy or … Continue reading

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Survey says: “No”

I’ve thought quite a bit about C2W1’s question: Should you have a digital footprint as an international educator.  As usual, I’m still on the fence.  Well, I started out on the fence and now I sort of think I should. … Continue reading

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