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  1. Holy. I pay nearly double this with Bell, for 1GB. Might be time to move… competition is desperately needed in the Canadian cellular market.
    Tags: by dnorman (2016-11-30)
  2. Holoportation is a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high-quality 3D models of people to be reconstructed, compressed and transmitted anywhere in the world in real time. When combined with mixed reality displays such as HoloLens, this technology allows users to see, hear, and interact with remote participants in 3D as if they are actually present in the same physical space. Communicating and interacting with remote users becomes as natural as face-to-face communication.
    Tags: by dnorman (2016-11-01)
  3. a guy gets a copy of a trade rag from another guy that has a paid subscription. publishers of trade rag find out. Sue the guy. Win. Get awarded $2K punitive damages PLUS the cost of a court-ordered corporate subscription to the trade rag.

    "A business that is entirely reliant on providing content behind a paywall clearly has an interest in ensuring that access to that content is limited to subscribers to the extent possible. But does this mean that no other access to the content can be tolerated? A person who has legally purchased a book may lend it to another to read. Is there room for the law adopt an equivalent approach for content behind pay walls?"
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2015-11-02)
  4. “fgallery” is a static photo gallery generator with no frills that has a stylish, minimalist look. “fgallery” shows your photos, and nothing else.

    There is no server-side processing, only static generation. The resulting gallery can be uploaded anywhere without additional requirements and works with any modern browser.
    Tags: by dnorman (2015-10-04)
  5. Audrey Watters gives a fantastic breakdown of the history and the pivot of Venture Capital MOOCs away from Education For All to Job Training for the Rich. Ideal students only need apply. But ideal students would succeed anywhere. Because they're ideal. Privelege is awesome.
    Tags: , by dnorman (2015-08-23)
  6. The SCUP 2016 Pacific Regional Conference will take a hard look at the future and ask: Is the on-campus experience still relevant in the age of learning anytime, anywhere, any means?
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2015-07-13)
  7. George Veletsianos, an associate professor at British Columbia’s Royal Roads University who studies education technology, thinks that course trailers can empower scholars to reach new and wider audiences. The most successful videos are viewed by a few thousand people online — minuscule figures compared with viral YouTube fodder, but impressive for courses that may enroll only a few dozen students. Richard Hunt’s video has almost 100 views on YouTube so far. "To some degree, I’m not convinced people are going to watch it," Mr. Hunt says, but he’s still glad students can. "If they want the engagement, it’s there."

    Videos designed for outside audiences might also have an impact within the classroom, says Mr. Veletsianos. "Once we consider a different medium, we might change the way we do things. We might expand our tool kit of teaching."
  8. Let’s Encrypt is a new free certificate authority, built on a foundation of cooperation and openness, that lets everyone be up and running with basic server certificates for their domains through a simple one-click process
    Tags: , , , by dnorman (2014-11-19)
  9. # Use this file to prevent your computer from connecting to selected
    # internet hosts. This is an easy and effective way to protect you from
    # many types of spyware, reduces bandwidth use, blocks certain pop-up
    # traps, prevents user tracking by way of "web bugs" embedded in spam,
    # provides partial protection to IE from certain web-based exploits and
    # blocks most advertising you would otherwise be subjected to on the
    # internet.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2013-02-22)
  10. Cloud computing can and does mean different things to different people. The common
    characteristics most interpretations share are on-demand scalability of highly available and
    reliable pooled computing resources, secure access to metered services from nearly anywhere,
    and displacement of data and services from inside to outside the organization. While aspects of
    these characteristics have been realized to a certain extent, cloud computing remains a work in
    progress. This publication provides an overview of the security and privacy challenges pertinent
    to public cloud computing and points out considerations organizations should take when
    outsourcing data, applications, and infrastructure to a public cloud environment.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2013-02-20)

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