LastPass CEO Explains Possible Hack | PCWorld
The CEO of password management company LastPass says it’s highly unlikely hackers gained access to his millions of users’ data–but that he doesn’t want to take any chances.
Common Sense Media’s groundbreaking new study, conducted in partnership with The Benenson Strategy Group, reveals that cheating via cell phones and the Internet is more widespread than parents might assume. More importantly, many students don’t consider what they’re doing to be cheating.
The Innovative Educator: Developing an Authentic ePortfolio
Did you ever feel frustrated that in school you are supposed to spend all this time studying, taking tests, completing worksheets and handing in reports with no audience beyond the teacher and after years of that all your left with is a pile of tests and papers nobody cares about? School shouldn’t be preparing you for more school. Should be preparing students for the world,
The Different Types of Computer Viruses & What They Can Do | Regillo Consulting Group
Computer viruses are programs which are created with the sole intent of disrupting the operation of a computer. These computer viruses are usually placed into computers without the permission or knowledge of the person who owns the computer.
World Population Globe Chrome Experiment in webgl
Light Stalking » 45 Clever Close Up Photographs of Water Drops
Water as a subject is something that is almost always available to a photographer (especially if you carry a water bottle or spray bottle) and something that can make a fascinating image.
Flexible paper computer morphs into smartphone or tablet | KurzweilAI
PaperPhone, an interactive computer that looks, feels, and operates like a small sheet of interactive paper, has been developed by engineers at Queen’s University Human Media Lab.
What you should know about iTunes’ 56-page legal terms – CNN.com
If you’ve spent any time downloading music, apps or other stuff from iTunes, you know what Meyers is talking about: Those messages from Apple that pop up on your laptop, iPad or iPhone and say, “iTunes Terms and Conditions have changed. Before you can proceed you must read & accept the new Terms and Conditions.”
You tap “OK,” and before you know it, you’re staring at 56 pages of fine print on your screen.
Now I Know: Headless Potato
But the biggest change to the iconic toy came in 1964, when government regulations caused Hasbro to add a new part to the kit — the large plastic potato-like head.
Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand – Blog – Classroom iPod touches & iPads: Dos and Don’ts
Bringing iPods and iPads into the classroom is a great way to give students access to learning tools. However, there are so many things to keep in mind to make the devices work smoothly in the classroom. While this list of dos and don’ts mainly addresses iPod touch the same advice goes for iPod touch and iPhone