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My Diigo Links 06/16/2013

Advent of Google means we must rethink our approach to education “We have a romantic attachment to skills from the past which are no longer relevant on a curriculum for today’s children” tags: google Sugata Mitra the guardian 2013 05 … Continue reading

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Apps, Flowcharts & File Hosting: My Diigo Links 11/26/2010

iAppGuide.com – Your guide to iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch Apps! “Searching the app store is clunky. Here at iAppGuide we give you an easy way to search and preview the app store from one screen. We provide you specialized … Continue reading

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DeweyDigger; Re-inventing Dewey’s Taxonomy

DeweyDigger DeweyDigger.com is a visual search portal where you can “Explore knowledge via the Dewey Decimal Classification; just clickety-click.”  On the splash page you are presented with the main Dewey Numbers and an ever-changing interactive panorama showing images from these … Continue reading

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My Diigo Links 08/01/2010

How Does Google Work? Learn How Google Works: Search Engine + AdWords Now we know that when we talk internet search just about everyone assumes Google and we also know that Google has recently announced that they have revamped the … Continue reading

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Facebook Privacy and Etherpad’s Demise: My Diigo Links 04/13/2010

Make Your Facebook Account Private – Wired How-To Wiki Facebook recently (in December, 2009) unveiled a radically revamped set of privacy controls. They are better and more forward-thinking than its previous efforts, but Facebook made one very important change in … Continue reading

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Going Gaga Over Google

This last week one of the topic for my eet330 students to mull over was internet searching and naturally the first question was, “Well what do you use to search?” and of course the answer from all was the big … Continue reading

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Lessons From The Past: My Diigo Links 03/01/2010

On the day after the release of the draft Australian National Curriculum documents complete with an exhortation from the PM to get “back to the basics”, it’s possibly salutary to check out a couple of backward looking links in order … Continue reading

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