Category Archives: Randomness

Passwords, phishing and protecting yourself. Tips and lessons.

  [Examples Gallery Update: 9/4/2014] With the recent compromise of a number of celebrities iCloud Photo Streams there is, yet again, more focus on passwords, security and how to protect yourself. In the case of this most recent attack the … Continue reading

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The Art of WiFi… literally.

The following video was done by three people in Oslo, Norway is amazing!  It uses light and a long exposure shot to show wifi signal strength and show the juxtaposition of the physical and wireless worlds is truly a work … Continue reading

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COPPA Discussion on EdTechTalk

Recently I had the pleasure of joining Curt Lieneck (@clieneck) on EdTechTalk (#ETT21) for a discussion with Arvind (@arvind), Alex (@alexragone) and Vinnie (@vvrotny) on the topic of the Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Curt and I have been … Continue reading

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Design, intent and actual use.

While running a few errands today I had to withdrawal some money from the ATM.  It was freezing outside so I want to make use the drive-up machine so not to have to get out of my nice, warm car. … Continue reading

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Zero Inbox: Keeping yourself sane and organized.

For the past week I’ve tweeting about keeping my email inbox at ZERO and have gotten some funny comments back. Some threatening, some jealous, some were just mean, but really… why the hell was I tweeting about this?! Organization. A … Continue reading

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Evernote at my School

With the launch of my school’s 1:1 Initiative we gave every faculty member and every student in grades four through twelve a Premium Evernote account. Shortly after the start of the school year Evernote came on-site to record how that … Continue reading

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