A Media Specialist’s Guide to the Internet: 39 Sites For Using iPads in the Classroom
Here are 39 sites for using one of Jobs’ greatest innovations: THE iPAD.
12 Most Important Things We All Can Control | Straight Talk | Ted Rubin
“There are so many things in life that we simply cannot control (as is especially clear right now, around the 10 year anniversary of 9/11), but what about the things we CAN control? As human beings, we have the power of reasoning and choice, both of which give us substantial control over our own life situations… we just need to be reminded of this from time to time. Following is my reminder list of the 12 Most Important Things We All Control:”
Why Facebook is After Your Kids
This really makes you think. Advertising makes the web go round but at what price. The article makes reference to US laws. It seems to me that a law is only as good as the willingness to enforce it. How does any countries laws stack up in a global society? If the heat gets turned up, how easy is it to just move to a country where the laws are more to your liking?
Why Facebook Is After Your Kids – NYTimes.com
“In May, Consumer Reports announced that 7.5 million kids age 12 and younger are on Facebook. The magazine called this “troubling news,” in no small part because their presence is at odds with federal law, which bars Web sites from collecting personal data about kids under 13 without permission from their parents. “Clearly, using Facebook presents children and their friends and families with safety, security and privacy risks,” Consumer Reports concluded. “
Social Graph API Demo – My Connections
“Who are you connected to?
Start by entering URLs to your blogs and profile pages.”
HowStuffWorks “Facebook No-nos Quiz”
“Do you have proper Facebook etiquette? There are no set-in-stone commandments to guide the social interactions that take place on Facebook, but that doesn’t mean the Big Book of Faces is without generally accepted standards for how people should behave. Find out if you’re a flagrant Facebook etiquette offender in this quiz!”
Before Netscape: the forgotten Web browsers of the early 1990s
“Here is a tour of World Wide Web viewing applications, before they became famous. “
Games Zone – online English language games (learn English through games)
“Below are some English Language Games that you can play online. We will be putting up more as we write them, so keep checking to find what we have new for you. If you want some free language games to download go here. “
StopBadware – Welcome to StopBadware
“StopBadware provides tools and information that assist industry and policymakers in meeting their responsibility to protect users from badware, and that help users protect themselves.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.