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Computing in schools: teaching the next generation of computer scientists | Teacher Net... - 2 views

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    "To inspire the next generation of [Tim Berners-Lee]s and Ada Lovelaces, we need to excite children about the art, as well as the science, of computing"
Doug Peterson

Upgrade Your Home Network This Weekend - 1 views

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    Home networks can be great or they can be a huge pain in the butt. Set aside some time this weekend to fix your annoying network issues, boost your Wi-Fi reception, and add some great new features. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Doug Peterson

Top ten computer science teaching resources | Teacher Network Blog | Guardian Professional - 1 views

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    Top ten computer science teaching resources
    A pioneering head of ICT shares some fantastic routes into teaching children code and computing
Doug Peterson

Top ten computer science teaching resources | Teacher Network Blog | Guardian Professional - 2 views

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    Top ten computer science teaching resources
    A pioneering head of ICT shares some fantastic routes into teaching children code and computing
Doug Peterson

Test your IPv6. - 0 views

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    Be prepared for when the web uses IPv6.
Doug Peterson

YouTube - How a Computer Network Works - 1 views

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    How a Computer Network Works: Packages, TCP/IP, Routers, Switches Proxy servers, Firewalls, the Internet, Browser
Doug Peterson

inSSIDer Wi-Fi Scanner | MetaGeek - 0 views

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    inSSIDer is an award-winning free Wi-Fi network scanner for Windows Vista and Windows XP. Because NetStumbler doesn't work well with Vista and 64-bit XP, we built an open-source Wi-Fi network scanner designed for the current generation of Windows operating systems. inSSIDer was discussed by Lifehacker and Tekzilla!
Doug Peterson

How to Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi Networks - 0 views

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    Just because most wireless routers have a firewall to protect you from the internet doesn't mean you're protected from others connected to the same network.
Doug Peterson

The Zombie Network: Beware 'Free Public WiFi' : NPR - 0 views

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    It's in your airports, your coffee shops and your libraries: "Free Public WiFi."
    Despite its enticing name, the network, available in thousands of locations across the United States, does not actually provide access to the Internet. But like a virus, it has spread - and may even be lurking on your computer right now.
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