Category Archives: Social networks

The Internet of Abandoned Security

(This – indeed any – post is long overdue.) People are talking about the Internet of Things. What they mean is that many everyday items will either become directly connected to the internet, or, at least, that the internet will … Continue reading

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ICT is Facebook innit!

A recent study by Microsoft revealed at BETT earlier this month, found a staggering 71% feel that they learn more about computers and technology outside the classroom than in it. Indeed, 82% of 16 to 18 year-olds in education already use Facebook every day… the implicit, underlying curriculum model sets no vision for ICT, no rigour. It’s trivial! Continue reading

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