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5 Ways to Use Your Mobile Device to CREATE Content The majority of us have a smart phone with us everywhere we go. What’s more, we’ve all become rather efficient at using them to send and receive text messages and email, schedule appointments, take photos, and sometimes even make a call. But there a few functions we have failed to maximize. Just as we use mobile devices to push learning and information to people, we can use them to create learning and information, such as audio and video elements.
Who Has Your Back 2014: Protecting Your Data From Government Requests Contents Download Report Download the complete Who Has Your Back? 2014: Protecting Your Data From Government Requests report as a PDF. Executive Summary We entrust our most sensitive, private, and important information to technology companies like Google, Facebook, and Verizon. Mode d'emploi Audacity pour enregistrer - Ac Paris 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The 10 Tools of Online Oppressors - Reports SAN FRANCISCO In reporting news from the world’s most troubled nations, journalists have made a seismic shift this year in their reliance on the Internet and other digital tools. Blogging, video sharing, text messaging, and live-streaming from cellphones brought images of popular unrest from the central square of Cairo and the main boulevard of Tunis to the rest of the world. In Other Languages • Español • Português • Français • Русский • العربية • Multimedia • Audio Report: Offenders and TacticsIn Print • Download the pdfMore on This Issue • CPJ Internet Channel: Danny O'Brien's blog • Blogging in Egypt: Virtual network, virtual oppression • Burmese exile news site endures hacking, DDoS attacks
Ten Reasons New Teachers Aren't Using Technology Note: While this post points to a problem I have noticed with tech adoption and teachers, I want to point out that there is a free resource I developed with coaching questions for teachers on the technology journey. These correspond with a post I wrote about the eight stages in the technology journey. Last week, I met with a group of twenty-four candidates for our Masters in Arts of Teaching program. Inside the mind of Derp, a hacking group with a taste for cyber chaos Friday 27 December 2013. The answer phone message was simple: “Get PhantomL0rd”. No one knew who it came from.
JClic - téléchargement et installation - clicZone Downloading and installation of JClic JClic is a Java application distributed through the WebStart technology. The first time you click on the links of this page the programme files are downloaded, and will remain installed in the computer. From there, the programmes can be launched either from the Java WebStart control panel or through the icons created on the desktop and in the start menu. The Internet connection is only necessary the first time the applications are activated. IPew Attack Map About IPew Attack maps are the <blink> tag of information security. They are pure eye candy, meant to scare the general public and WOW unsuspecting executives visiting Security Operations Centers. Yet, security vendors keep cranking them out. We didn't want organizations without "real" data or l33t animation skills to to feel left out, so we built this map for anyone to use [CC BY-SA].
Gates predicts death of the password SAN FRANCISCO--Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates predicted the demise of the traditional password because it cannot "meet the challenge" of keeping critical information secure. Gates, speaking at the RSA Security conference here on Tuesday, said: "There is no doubt that over time, people are going to rely less and less on passwords. People use the same password on different systems, they write them down and they just don't meet the challenge for anything you really want to secure." RSA is working with Microsoft to develop a SecurID technology specifically for Windows. Both companies agreed there is a need to remove the vulnerabilities associated with employees using weak passwords. SecurID is the best-known two-factor authentication system and is used by many large enterprises.
Shared Experiences in Mixed Reality – Microsoft Design – Medium In the 1960s, sociologist Erving Goffman described communication as a system of intentional and unintentional expressions. Speaking, eye-contact, and smiling are intentional expressions we make when we interact with others. Non-verbal cues in our body language make up the unintentional expressions. Both are especially important when we collaborate: Body language helps pace what we say, gauge interest, and ensure understanding. In lieu of visual cues we rely on voice.