Yes, you can pull together new media for a topic. Here, a TED Talk and Infographic gives us an interesting look at the development of the computer.
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Networking software saves schools money on PCs – Technology & Science – CBC News
Underfunded schools in Canada and other countries are using a new, inexpensive, Canadian-made networking software to provide computer access to more students for less money.
In Pictures: 25 Stunningly Dumb Warning Labels – Label: Never operate your speakerphone while driving. – Forbes.com
25 Stunningly Dumb Warning Labels
The Best 2 Channels To Seriously Help You Visually Learn Complicated Math Concepts
You have probably been in this situation. You try to scribble notes as fast as possible during math class and barely have time to comprehend what’s going on, so when you go home and review the notes, some parts make no sense. You could read the textbook, but it would be easier if someone could clarify what’s happening in that small section of your notes. Even if you have a tutor, you need someone or something to always be able to answer your question on the spot.
What’s the Difference Between 3G and 4G? — Life Scoop
If you’ve ever researched a smartphone purchase, the terms 3G and 4G have probably shown up on your radar at some point. Both refer to a connection method for mobile devices and a “generation” of mobile technology.
Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching – Mathematics Enhancement Programme
The Mathematics Enhancement Programme has been principally funded by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, but with contributions from PricewaterhouseCoopers, Esso, the Esmée Fairbairn Charity, Corus and the Garfield Weston Foundation.
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Financial fitness challenge
Whether you want to buy a cell phone, take a trip to Barcelona or buy your first car, you’ve got to save up to make it happen. The bigger your goals, the more hard work and planning you’ll need to make them a reality. Learn to manage your money and a new world will open itself to you!
100 Excellent Online Lectures for Educators | Best Colleges Online
As an educator, you know how important it is to continue to learn throughout your life. With this collection of videos, you can learn all about teaching, learning, and the policies of schools. Check out our list to find the best online lectures for teachers and other educators.
Province aims to teach kids how to manage money – thestar.com
The province is set to unveil a new, multi-million dollar program on Monday aimed at teaching kids how to manage money.
NealAugenstein – Radio Reporting: No Equipment Necessary
It’s now been a year since I packed away my laptop, digital recorders, microphones, cables, and cameras, and began covering Washington, DC with only my iPhone.
This course is designed for students ages 11-18 who are learning to use the Internet. It supplies common sense tips for staying safe while using a wide range of network based tools.
This course was created by Paul Nelson and is licensed under the Creative Commons license.
Our World, Slowed Down 100 Times [VIDEO]
Come with us into a world where everything is slowed down more than 100 times. Thanks to an expert videographer and editor named Tom Guilmette and a Vision Research Phantom Flex camera, we get a peek into an alternative universe — the same one we inhabit, but where the temporal element has been distorted in a variety of ways.
A Comprehensive History of Computers [Infographic] | Tech King
Any way, even though a mostly computerless world wasn’t that long ago it really is hard to explain to some of the younger generation what a pain it really was. So in honor of the great technology we use everyday I present to you ‘Computers – A Chronological Timeline’. Enjoy!
» IE9 Web Tracking Protection – IT Professionals – Lockergnome
Microsoft is right that tracking can indeed, be misused and create a potentially big problem for the end user. After all, who really likes being tracked online. So Microsoft is asking to keep the discussion alive with the W3C by making the option to “opt-out” of Web tracking something that is completely doable. The idea of course, that the end user had browsers that allowed for such a feature. I suppose this is where agreeing to make this a Web standard comes in with the W3C.
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