Monthly Archives: November 2010

Net Neutrality: And it begins

So I was reading my daily dose of internet news and came across this story. The issue is that Comcast is trying to charge Netflix from using their network.  The threat is currently if Netflix does not start paying Comcast … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality Part 2

Another issue that was mentioned in last night’s class was the appification of internet devices.  The internet relies on devices to get the information out.  There has been a large push by Apple to try to streamline the internet into … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality

We have become addicted to the internet as a society/culture and most of that has been because of the openness of the internet.  Right now with a little know how and an idea you can get anything on the internet.  … Continue reading

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If I sent you into the woods. . .

I’ve been thinking about the role of Web 2.0 skills in terms of technology and immediately thought of this bit by Joe Rogan (NSFW -Language).  Where he poses the question, “If I sent you into the woods with a hatchet, … Continue reading

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The Objective of Education

I just read ‘The Objective of Education is Learning, Not Teaching’.  The author starts with an interesting point that, “a child learns such fundamental things as how to walk, talk, eat, dress and so on with out being taught these … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle Again

After a lengthy break from blogging I’m back at it.  It has been an eventful time in the last couple weeks the most exciting was being the Math Chair-person for the provincial Math and Science conference.  I created a wiki … Continue reading

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Facebook Messaging System

Well the folks back at Facebook are trying to change the way we do everything again.  This time they are trying integrate text messaging, email and the regular Facebook messaging system into the same thing.  The hope on their part … Continue reading

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