Getting serious about privacy


I think we’ve all heard of the stories – I mention that I was looking to buy this or I did a search for that product and then, lo and behold, advertisements for that product appears on your desktop. Coincidence or not, it’s pretty freaky when it happens. A long time ago, I took actionContinue reading “Getting serious about privacy”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Whew!  I spent some time and made sure that I got the title right this week unlike last. Please take a few moments to read and think about these posts from Ontario Edubloggers. Community or Cohort? Lisa Cranston continues a discussion that she started about Community and that Stephen Hurley and I talked about onContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

Searching 101


Yesterday, the US President made reference to this “report” indicating that there was a problem with Google searching for him and the results returned.  Is it rigged? I wonder. Common social media wisdom is that you should “Google Yourself” periodically to make sure that your online presence is appropriate.  I’m sure that’s what he wasContinue reading “Searching 101”