Posts Tagged ‘world wide web’
  • Internet Safety classes taught in the 21st century elementary classroom.
    by Mike
    Posted December 8th, 2009 at 1:26 pm
    Back when I was in elementary school, we did such things as story time, show and tell, and (when the teacher was feeling extra challenging) math. Today's youngsters whom are bombarded by the digital world in countless aspects have come to find the world wide web a wonderful and scary world. So much so that kiddies as young as 5 will begin seeing internet safety taught in their classroom. Think of it as a new "stranger danger" plan that so many of us fondly remember shouting. The think tank...
  • Verizon CTO claims: “Metered Broadband is the way of the future”
    by Mike
    Posted September 29th, 2009 at 12:51 pm
    According to Verizon's CTO, "Metered Broadband is the way of the future". Apparently someone forget to tell him how the future is supposed to work. Look at the title and give yourself a minute to think. Who does this benefit? Obviously the company doing the metering and billing. While on one side, metering is a legitimate answer to raise more revenue for businesses as heavier users pay more, the thought of metering usage and having tiers still doesn't sit well with me. It makes sense...
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