Better control in Google Sites with page-level permissions – Docs Blog
Using page-level permissions, you can make some pages private for certain users while keeping other pages public for everyone to see. For instance, let’s say you have a Google Site that you’ve shared with your team and your manager. You can allow your team to see one set of pages, let your manager edit another set of pages, and keep yet another set of pages private for only you.
Facebook Issues Security Guide for Teens, Parents, Teachers
Should be required reading for teens using Facebook.
Facebook Issues Security Guide for Teens, Parents, Teachers | PCWorld
Facebook has published a free, 20-page guide aimed at teens, their parents and teachers that explains best practices for protecting their safety and privacy on the site.
PLN Explained By Will Richardson – The Educator’s PLN
This is an explanation of what a personal Learning Network is.
Free computer science classes online
Stanford Engineering professors are offering three of the school’s most popular computer science courses for free online this fall, and at the same time launching an experiment that could transform the way online education is delivered.
SlideSushi – Classroom Presentations for Busy Teachers
Classroom Presentations for Busy Teachers
No Signup. No Download. Just Use!
Twitter Chats and how NOT to swamp your followers
This is a bit of great advice that would work nicely if people had the discipline to do it.
Twitter Chats and how NOT to swamp your followers – Joel Hughes – Internet Strategy, PHP dev, websites, Twitter, location etc
Occasionally you may want to get involved in a Twitter ‘chat’. These
are a great way to participate with a group discussion but doing so can also swamp your followers with irrelevant tweets.
The Free TV Network
Watch television online.
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