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The Gigaom interview: Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza on how “we live in a streaming world”
Apr. 18, 2014 - 8:30 AM PDT Apr. 18, 2014 - 8:30 AM PDT There is better than a good chance that while relaxing on a beach somewhere or sipping a martini in your favorite lounge you have heard music that makes raise your eyebrow
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Beats Music is reportedly raising another – 0 million 20 April 2014, 19.43 Internet Television
Beats Music is reportedly raising another $60 – $100 million
1 hour ago Apr. 21, 2014 - 9:38 AM PDT Beats Music, the newly-launched music subscription service spearheaded by Jimmy Iovine, is in the midst of raising another $60 – $100 million in funding, according to a Billboard report
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Slate tries to buck the paywall trend by focusing on membership 20 April 2014, 19.43 Internet Television
Slate tries to buck the paywall trend by focusing on membership
2 hours ago Apr. 21, 2014 - 8:36 AM PDT There’s been a wave of online news outlets trying different versions of a paywall model over the past year or so, with everything from a New York Times-style metered plan to a hard wall
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Samsung’s Milk Music has been downloaded 380,000 times 20 April 2014, 19.43 Internet Television
Samsung’s Milk Music has been downloaded 380,000 times
12 hours ago Apr. 20, 2014 - 10:20 PM PDT Milk Music, the Pandora competitor that Samsung launched in early March, has been downloaded 380,000 times already. Samsung Media Solutions Center President Wonpyo Hong revealed this
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Surprise, Joss Whedon fans: His new film, In Your Eyes, is now available via Vimeo
14 hours ago Apr. 20, 2014 - 8:30 PM PDT Tonight, the supernatural romance In Your Eyes, written by Joss Whedon and directed by Brin Hill (Won’t Back Down), made its official world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. But
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Obama's War Against US Energy Independence:  Give Away Oil Rich Alaskan Islands to Russia!
  By Joe Miller The Obama administration, despite the nation’s economic woes, effectively killed the job-producing Keystone Pipeline last month. The Arab Spring is turning the oil production of Libya and other Arab
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OSBIT Power's MaXccess system completes successful offshore trials 08 April 2012, 02.33 Administrator Energy
OSBIT Power's MaXccess system completes successful offshore trials
OSBIT Power's MaXccess system completes successful offshore trials Visit http://www.osbitpower.com for further information OSBIT Power (OP), Siemens Wind Power and Statoil have successfully completed offshore
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North America's EV charging infrastructure to get a boost 12 January 2012, 02.01 Administrator Energy
North America's EV charging infrastructure to get a boost
        North America’s EV charging infrastructure may soon see significant improvements, thanks to a recent agreement between Eaton Corporation and Coulomb Technologies. Under the deal, Eaton’s Level II and
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Could The Gravitomagnetic Field Be The Ultimate Energy Source? 28 May 2011, 01.34 Administrator Energy
Could The Gravitomagnetic Field Be The Ultimate Energy Source?
      Have scientists already unknowingly discovered the source for all atomic energy reactions, and could the discovery of the gravitomagnetic field be the ultimate energy source?  What if our understandings on how
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Physicists urge caution over apparent speed of light violation 25 September 2011, 16.27 Administrator Energy
Physicists urge caution over apparent speed of light violation
Physicists wary of junking light speed limit yet Physicist Antonio Ereditato poses before presenting the result of an experiment, which found a subatomic particle, the neutrino, seemed to move faster than the speed of
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STEORN ORBO  FREE ENERGY:  What's Next a Self Charging Unit for your Electric Car?
Steorn's Free Energy Orbo -- From Permanent Magnets to Solid State Systems   My associate, Hank Mills composed this for PESN, Saturday, February 12, 2011 6:17 Steorn is a small company based in Dublin, Ireland. For
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Cold Fusion, Releases Energy from Hydrogen's Gravitomagnetic Field 16 January 2011, 09.17 Administrator Energy
Cold Fusion, Releases Energy  from Hydrogen's Gravitomagnetic Field
Cold Fusion "In Bologna we did it" By Ilaria VENTURI, La Republica News, Bolona, Italy For the first time in Italy, in front of experts, the process was carried out using nickel and hydrogen. It 's the way to achieve
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Abu Dhabi Media Zone to generate renewable energy through its façade
Eco Factor: Sustainable development to generate renewable solar energy. Bernard Tschumi Architects have re-imagined their master plan for the new Abu Dhabi Media Zone, by incorporating several environmentally-friendly
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5 steps to better early childhood tech use PDF Print E-mail

5 steps to better early childhood tech use

By Laura Devaney, Managing Editor, @eSN_Laura
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April 18th, 2014

Report identifies best practices in closing early digital divide

early-educationClosing the digital divide has been a constant challenge as technology tools and use become more prevalent in schools. Now, research shows that developing early technology skills can help close the digital divide.

Though technology use has expanded in schools, students’ at-home technology and internet access isn’t necessarily reliable.

According to a RAND Corporation report, Using Early Childhood Education to Bridge the Digital Divide, this means that children from families without access to digital technology “have fewer opportunities to learn, explore, and communicate digitally, and fewer chances to develop the workforce skills they will need to succeed in later life.”

Early childhood education access to technology will help ensure that students begin to develop tech skills and learn how to use tools that they are likely to use once they enter elementary school.

(Next page: The report’s findings on early childhood technology exposure)

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School libraries urged to embrace the digital–cautiously PDF Print E-mail

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April 18th, 2014

School libraries are changing, but some essential characteristics remain the same

libraries-librariansTechnology might make some parts of libraries obsolete–but librarians won’t be among them, panelists contended at the annual Texas Library Association conference in San Antonio, which drew 7,200 attendees.

As the popularity of electronic books continues to rise, schools are emerging as a dynamic area of how libraries adjust, they said.

Educators and administrators, struggling to figure out how much to spend on their campus libraries amid state funding cuts, have reduced library staff and pondered the potential savings of buying digital books over printed ones. But concerns that students will increasingly be left with a self-service method of accessing books and research materials stem from the realization that today’s students are more tech-savvy than their predecessors.

(Next page: How libraries are changing)

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Why Pinterest Is The Google Competitor You Weren’t Expecting PDF Print E-mail

There are now nearly one billion “Place Pins” on Pinterest, the company said in an email Monday. And with that announcement, Pinterest moves one step closer to becoming a true search engine alternative to Google, ReadWriteWeb reports. Now, Pinterest’s Place Pins aren’t going to replace Google Maps anytime soon—or ever. But for users that would rather graze than pinpoint one exact spot, Place Pins are great for browsing various locales around the globe. Place Pins are enhanced Pinterest images, better known as “pins,” with the addition of location metadata. Powered by Foursquare, you can use Place Pins to give a pin a physical address that you and other users can find on a map. Pinboards can collect arbitrary travel hotspots, like this board of world beaches, along with their physical locations recorded on a map…

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3 Must-Know Tips For Anyone Nervous About EdTech PDF Print E-mail

Dear “Nervous To Try Something New With EdTech”: You know when you spoke with me the other day and told me that that introducing more tech into my class was fine for me because I was ‘into it’ and ‘understood’ it? That you were not going to try a new way of doing things (edtech-wise) because your students would see that you weren’t an expert, Edudemic reports. Well I need to let you in on a secret. Neither am I. It would probably shock you that me, a proponent of choice/more edtech started exactly where you are now in terms of knowledge and confidence. It took, it takes, some courage, and a big leap of faith to step out and try something new in class – in front of 30 teenagers?

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Google Glass targeted as symbol by anti-tech crowd PDF Print E-mail

Glass, Google’s high-profile entry into the world of wearable tech, may help launch a revolution if it’s released later this year as expected, CNN reports. But test models already on the street have begun playing a more unlikely role — as symbols in a simmering fight over Silicon Valley’s impact on the city of San Francisco. It’s a local story, but one with ramifications everywhere as Google on Tuesday made the connected headsets available to the public for the first time in a one-day sale. While our smartphones drop easily into pockets and tablets get zipped up in cases or backpacks, wearables such as Glass are, quite literally, in your face all the time…

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4 questions every tech leader should answer PDF Print E-mail

4 questions every tech leader should answer

By Meris Stansbury, Managing Editor for eCampus News, @eSN_Meris
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21st-century requirements in schools are changing, and being a good leader means solving new puzzles. Are you keeping up?

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As schools continuously work to construct digital learning plans that will help transform teaching and learning, it is essential that school technology leaders are updated with the latest policies and practices that could impact their district’s future decisions.

Technology has changed the way students learn, and more importantly, it has changed school and district leaders’ roles. But technology and its capabilities are changing at such a rapid pace that even chief technology officers (CTO) require constant “updates” to solve some of the post pressing questions in schools this year.

To help technology leaders address what it calls the “undiscussables” of technology leadership, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) held a recent forum to come up with four questions every technology leader needs to answer in order to keep up with the rapidly-evolving K-12 school and district climate:

(Next page: Beyond technology and going digital)

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Traveling Poet Brings Her Craft to Students PDF Print E-mail

A few weeks ago, for a post about National Poetry Month, we used a photo of a young woman intently punching the keys on a typewriter ensconced in a briefcase labeled "Poem Store."

Through the power of the Internet, we subsequently learned that the "poem store" proprietor in the photo is named Jacqueline Suskin and that she occasionally brings her vocation into schools.

Suskin is what's known as a poetry street performer. Her Twitter bio states: "typing poems on a manual typewriter, your subject, your price." She travels with a typewriter and sets up her Poem Store at festivals, weddings, and now schools. She has taught workshops at La Salle High School, in Pasadena, Calif., and Academy of the Redwoods High School in Eureka, Calif.

Her manager, Michael Shifflet, sent us a video of Suskin teaching poetry in classrooms:

In an email interview, Suskin told us that she tries to dispel the sometimes-forbidding atmosphere that surrounds poetry.

"By bringing poetry to the classroom I hope to demystify it a bit," Suskin said. "Make it more accessible and show students that it isn't so cryptic or difficult to understand. We are often taught that poetry is this complicated craft that one needs to pick apart and spend hours trying to translate. I like to show students that whatever it is that they get from a poem, whatever feeling or vision that comes to them, is correct."

When visiting classes, Suskin tells students they are surrounded by poetry in their daily lives and can relate to it. Text messages and advertising, for example, are steeped in verse, she says. In 2009, The Guardian reported on poetry found in advertising, like shortened phrases, a musical rhythm, and alliteration.

She also tries to convey that poetry is an important part of our humanity.

"Learning that poetry is a potent part of our world is inspiring and also simply a true piece of the human experience," she says. "There were times in history when poems said what the whole nation was thinking, and with a more direct and beautiful tone. Without learning about poetry, students miss the understanding that within the literary world there are some writers who master this craft of saying something in a succinct way that captures the sentiment of the moment better than anything else."

Suskin also wants students to explore what it means to be a professional poet.

"They get the chance to speak with someone who is a true current working poet, which is rare and astounding for them," she says. "I also like to instill in them that they can do whatever they want with their lives, create their own path, follow their passion, and with some imagination, develop a career out of what they love."

Educators can contact Suskin, book the Poem Store for an event or workshop, or buy a poem on any subject at www.yoursubjectyourprice.com/contact.

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School Advises Students Not to Report Bullying, and Basically Just Accept It PDF Print E-mail

Teachers at Zeman Elementary School, in Lincoln, Neb., will be talking to 5th graders today about how to handle bullying after the children were sent home earlier this week with advice that could be considered egregiously awful at best

According to the Journal Star, children received a flier yesterday with several pieces of advice on how to respond to bullying. What did some of the advice include?

  • "Do not verbally defend yourself. We defend ourselves from enemies, so we are treating the other person as an enemy, not a friend."
  • "Don't be a sore loser. No one likes a sore loser. Would you like to play with someone who gets all upset when they lose? Lose gracefully and be a good sport; kids will like you better."
  • "Learn to laugh at yourself and not get 'hooked' by put-downs. Make a joke out of it or agree with the put-down. For example: 'If you think I'm ugly, you should see my sister!'"

Here's the kicker:

  • "Do not tell on bullies. The number one reason bullies hate their victims, is because the victims tell on them. ... Tell an adult only when a real injury or crime has occurred. Would we keep our friends if we tattled on them?"

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Lincoln parents did not take so kindly to the suggestion that their children not tell them about being bullied, and in response to a flood of rage, the school published a new anti-bullying pamphlet (at right) alongside an apology on its Facebook page. In addition, the school today posted that its teachers would be meeting with 5th graders to provide accurate information about bullying.

A district spokeswoman told the Star that the initial flier had not been approved and wasn't supposed to be sent home, but declined to explain how the flier got printed several dozen times and distributed to the entire 5th grade without any adult having read it and finding it objectionable.

Pursuant to Nebraska law, Lincoln has an anti-bullying policy, which states that "Inappropriate behaviors, including but not limited to bullying, intimidation, and harassment, must be avoided by students and all staff," though it doesn't get into much detail beyond that. And hey, what better way to avoid bullying than by willfully accepting it? It's not bullying if you want it!

Student informants are a key component of violence prevention, but, as the initial pamphlet indicated, there's clearly a stigma attached to being a "tattletale." That's part of the reason that many schools and districts have turned to tip lines to learn about bullying and school violence.

In 5th grade, though, how much do students know about bullying? Do students know its effects—online or otherwise? Or the lasting consequences of abuse (there are many) including, possibly, suicide? They might not know that federal data show bullying and harassment persisting over the past decade despite some small declines, meaning that legions of children may be exposed to harassment. Or, instead, do they hear mixed messages that bullying is wrong, but so is telling someone about it?

In reading up about the line between being a good informant and a tattletale, I ran across this 2011 piece from blogger and author Joelle Casteix, who says she doesn't punish the messenger, because there should not be a hindrance to telling the truth:

Childhood sexual abuse, bullying, and other crimes that plague our children thrive in secrecy. They thrive in a world where kids are scared to talk to an adult. They thrive in a world where 'tattletales' are punished. Predators thrive because we were programmed as children to believe that tattling is wrong, even though we don't rationally know why.

If you doubt her, then read this chilling, thorough new report from The New York Times about the rape allegations against Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston, who was not charged with sexual assault due to, by the paper's account, a trainwreck of an investigation by the local police. Relating a different case, the paper writes:

The father, a part-time deputy sheriff in another county, said he was away on business when he called his daughter and found her crying and confused. With prodding, she disclosed that she had just spoken to the police about 'a situation,' but would say no more. An officer had told her that 'it might be better not to inform me,' her father said.

The point, as Casteix writes, is that perhaps it would be good to extinguish the negativity around reporting a misdeed.

In November 2013, you might recall, a Colorado school taught its 5th graders about bullying through a simulation in which students were actually bullied. I don't know who designs anti-bullying lessons for 5th graders, but it seems like there might be a deficit of good material.

As is requisite of all articles about bullying, I should point to the expansive coverage of bullying and of anti-bullying resources over at the Rules for Engagement blog, including this post I wrote in May 2013 that describes just about everything researchers know about bullying.

Image: The new bullying pamphlet distributed to students.

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Former TFA Member: Don't Tell Me I Hate Teachers PDF Print E-mail

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On Talking Points Memo this morning, Conor P. Williams, a former Teach For America teacher who's now an education researcher with the New America Foundation, says he's tired of being attacked as someone who's opposed to public education and teachers just because he has written about some education reform initiatives without absolute condemnation. He writes:

When people tell me that the 'education reform' movement is a corporate enterprise run by wealthy adults who scorn teachers, I'm genuinely confused. I consider myself part of the education reform movement because I know the dire state of American public school instruction. I know the difference that great teaching can make—because it was so rare in my schooling. Those outstanding few were my heroes.  

Williams goes on to explain that, like many TFA members, he left teaching after the required two years of service—but he did so in part because he was brutally mugged near the Brooklyn school where he worked. He says he still "loves teachers, teaching, and public education."

And he doesn't see why his background, or his interest in weighing education-improvement ideas, should make others think otherwise:

[W]hile I'm open to the possibility that some of the education reforms that make sense to me may not actually work as well I hope, I'm tired of being told that I have no standing in these debates, or that I hate teachers. You want to have a debate on the merits? Fine. But don't accuse me of being disingenuous. Because I care about public education, and I have the teaching scars to prove it.

Williams has written recently about education politics in Washington and New York City, among other school issues. 

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Protect your privacy while you browse 20 April 2014, 19.43 Computers
Protect your privacy while you browse
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AMD refreshes Never Settle Forever bundle to include R-series cards, indie games
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Fire at Samsung facility affects website, Smart TV content
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Activists want net neutrality, NSA spying debated at Internet governance conference
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Aereo court case: Consumer control over TV vs. broadcaster copyrights
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It's official: Nokia's phone business will become Microsoft's on April 25
Image: Jon Phillips The end is nigh. Or is that a new beginning? Either way you look at it, Microsoft on Monday announced that its $7 billion acquisition of Nokia's phone business will finally close this Friday, April 25,
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Here's your rumored Amazon phone, 3D interface and all, now in allegedly leaked photos
Image: BGR The wily Amazon phone: It’s the smartphone rumor that won’t quit, and now more circumstantial evidence of its eventual release has surfaced in the wild. On Tuesday, BGR posted what it describes as photos of
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Canonical's new Ubuntu focuses on the long haul 14 April 2014, 18.59 Computers
Canonical's new Ubuntu focuses on the long haul
As organizations move in-house systems to the cloud, Canonical wants them to consider switching their OSes as well. “When people move to cloud, it very often involves re-architecting an application,” said Mark Baker,
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Toshiba's 4K laptop to ship next week for ,499.99 14 April 2014, 18.59 Computers
Toshiba's 4K laptop to ship next week for $1,499.99
One of the first laptops with a 4K screen will go on sale from Toshiba for US$1,499.99 next week. The Satellite P55T has a 15.6-inch screen that can display images at a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is four times
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Windows 8.1 Update tip: Clean up that disk space now
Mark Hachman On April 8, Microsoft blessed us with an update to Windows 8.1 that made the touchy-feely OS more palatable to PC users. Now that you've had about a week to play around with the update—which brings the
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Apple antitrust compliance efforts slow, but picking up, monitor says
After dragging its feet for months, Apple is finally making good progress on a court-ordered antitrust compliance program related to the U.S. Department of Justice’s ebook price-fixing case against the company, an
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Look at this: The first 4K laptop, Toshiba's Satellite P55t, coming soon
Open your pocketbooks, 4K fans, Toshiba's first Ultra HD laptop is headed your way next Tuesday. The Tokyo-based electronics maker just announced that the Toshiba Satellite P55t will hit U.S. store shelves on April 22,
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Indosat routing error impacts few but hits Akamai, Chevron
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3D-printed modules for Google's Ara phone coming early next year
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Nest tells users to disable key feature of Protect smoke alarm
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T-Mobile offers credits to retain BlackBerry customers
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The Therapy of Blogging While Showing Off Your Ideas Out in the Open
You may have noticed how over the course of the last few days I haven’t had much of a chance to blog over here. And it is not because things may well be so incredibly hectic that I wouldn’t have enough time for it. Quite
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The Humanity of the Web: Reflections of a Social Computing Evangelist
A little while ago Courtney Hunt, from the talented Denovati Group, reached out to me through Twitter, and then LinkedIn, to ask me whether I would like to contribute to a book project they are working on to go and celebrate
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