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Bonnie Sutton

Just Schools: Pursuing Equality in Societies of Difference - 1 views Just Schools: Pursuing Equality in Societies of Difference reviewed by Sherick Hughes - October 14, 2011 Title: Just Schools: Pursuing Equality...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 18 Oct 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

The Digital Divide - 1 views

Posted by Drew Hendricks on Feb 8th, 2012 // The current Internet revolution provides amazing opportunities for entry-level professionals, college students, and entrepreneurs, but as the Infograp...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 09 Feb 12 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

Education vs Incarceration ( infograph) - 1 views


started by Bonnie Sutton on 07 Jun 12 no follow-up yet
Claude Almansi

Make: Online | Walled Gardens vs. Makers - 0 views

    Cory Doctorow. Make. June 2011. "Consider the iPad for a moment. It's true that Apple's iTunes Store has inspired hundreds of thousands of apps, but every one of those apps is contingent on Apple's approval. If you want to make something for the iPad, you pay $99 to join the Developer Program, make it, then send it to Apple and pray. If Apple smiles on you, you can send your hack to the world. If Apple frowns on you, you cannot. What's more, Apple uses code signing to restrict which apps can run on the iPad (and iPhone): if your app isn't blessed by Apple, iPads will refuse to run it. Not that it's technically challenging to defeat this code signing, but doing so is illegal, thanks to the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which makes it a crime to circumvent a copyright-protection technology. So the only app store - or free repository - that can legally exist for Apple's devices is the one that Apple runs for itself. Some people say the iPad is a new kind of device: an appliance instead of a computer. But because Apple chose to add a thin veneer of DRM to the iPad, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act applies here, something that's not true of any "appliance" you've ever seen. It's as if Apple built a toaster that you can only use Apple's bread in (or face a lawsuit), or a dishwasher that will only load Apple's plates. Apple fans will tell you that this doesn't matter. Hackers can simply hack their iPads or shell out $99 to get the developer license. But without a means of distributing (and receiving) hacks from all parties, we're back in the forbidden-knowledge Dark Ages - the poverty-stricken era in which a mere handful of ideas was counted as a fortune."
    We discussed this article in the forum of Someone objected that the iPad was a great tool and gave far more liberty to developers than traditional print publishers. I retorted that it was precisely because the iPad was such a great tool that its proprietariness about content for it was irritating. Then Elena Favaron made an illuminating comparison: "There are also people who make coffee machines that work only with dedicated coffee capsules, and there are folks who even buy them..."
Claude Almansi

Copiepresse vs. Google - Digitale Allmend - 0 views

    "22. Juli 2011 von hartwig Nicht nur in der Schweiz wünschen Zeitungen, am finanziellen Erfolg von Google zu partizipieren. Sie stellen sich auf den Standpunkt, dass ihre hart erarbeiteten Inhalte Google zum finanziellen Erfolg verhelfen und darum mit einem Leistungsschutzrecht pauschal abgegolten werden müssen. Man kann das natürlich auch anders sehen: Googles hart erarbeitete Technologie ermöglicht den Zeitungsinhalten erst international wahrgenommen zu werden. Insofern müsste Google ein Leistungsschutzrecht beanspruchen, das mittels Pauschalabgaben der Zeitungen zu finanzieren ist … In Belgien hat dieser Widerspruch zu einer legalen Pirouette geführt. Copiepresse, ein Verband zur Wahrnehmung von Urheberrechten der Tagespresse, hat durchgesetzt, dass Google die Artikel des Verlags nicht mehr publizieren darf. Da diese nun von niemandem mehr gefunden werden, klagt er nun gegen den Boykott durch Google. Man wollte ja Google nicht am Publizieren der Links hindern, sondern nur dafür kassieren, dass sie publiziert werden."
Bonnie Sutton

Digital Differences - 1 views

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 26 Apr 12 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

Making Schools Work - 1 views

OPINION By DAVID L. KIRP Making Schools Work AMID the ceaseless and cac...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 23 May 12 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

La difference' is stark in EU, U.S. privacy laws - 1 views

La difference' is stark in EU, U.S. privacy laws EU citizens well protected against corporate intrusion, but red tape is thick

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 06 Jul 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

Labour market scrambles for new tech stars - 1 views

By April Dembosky in San Francisco and Maija Palmer in London A war for talent is raging in Silicon Valley where internet companies, from big groups such as Google down to the smallest start-u...

started by Bonnie Sutton on 06 Jul 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

NCTQ Teacher Education Study an 'Outrage,' AACTE Says | Main | Different Meas... - 1 views

Stephen Sawchuk Stephen Sawchuk, a former federal education beat writer, turns his inner policy geek to digging around in the weeds of the teaching profession. Join him as he explicates the polic...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 21 Oct 11 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

Broadband USRegulator Unveils plan for Universal Broadband - 1 views

Broadband, Genachoswki, Rural , telco companies favored vs Cable, Bypassed by Broadband.

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