It's been an interesting couple of weeks in the internet security domain. First, there was the HeartBleed issue and, over the weekend, information about insecurity with the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser. As you can imagine, there are millions of installations of Internet Explorer in use. Of particular interest are those installations that are still running … Continue reading Do You Listen When They Cry Wolf?
Learning Designer "This is an early release of the Learning designer suite of tools. Please be aware that only part of the envisaged functionality is currently working." tags: mootuk14 learning designer Tech Integration and School Culture | Edutopia - Mozilla Firefox http://t.co/xoIXXy7Apd Good read, @bgrasley Tech Integration and School Culture | Edutopia - Mozilla Firefox … Continue reading OTR Links 04/30/2014
This may be one of those posts that you want to skip. It gets to me basically documenting my thinking about my personal use of web browsers and may bore you to tears. But, if I blog about it, it helps if I ever need to rationalize what I've done or backtrack on my thinking. … Continue reading Still Wanting It All
Stop using Microsoft's IE browser until bug is fixed, US and UK warn - CNET http://t.co/PrVMeEio4N Stop using Microsoft's IE browser until bug is fixed, US and UK warn - CNET http://t.co/PrVMeEio4N tags: via:packrati.us Denise Buttenaar | @scoopit http://t.co/chuwCabpZy Denise Buttenaar | @scoopit http://t.co/chuwCabpZy tags: via:packrati.us Skulpting Code | doug --- off the record Just … Continue reading OTR Links 04/29/2014
It never fails to impress me what you can learn when you are aware of the goings on while you're reading. This morning, I happened to be reading the CSTA News Blast and there was a reference to CodeSkulptor being a web-based programming environment. As people move to devices that rely on the web or … Continue reading Skulpting Code
What Google Knows About You - India Real Time - WSJ Imagine there’s a list somewhere that contains every single webpage you have visited in the last five years. It also has everything you have ever searched for, every address you looked up on GoogleGOOG -1.71% Maps, every email you sent, every chat message, every … Continue reading OTR Links 04/28/2014
Tuesday was a busy day. Up at 5:30am to head to Niagara Falls for a meeting about the #bit14 conference. I stopped in Essex for a coffee and checked my phone - message from Donna Fry about a change needed to her interview. I was travelling light and really don't feel great editing a … Continue reading Goodbye Thunder Bay