19 avril 2018

IoT Has Arrived (Just Not in the Way You Expected)

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Forget about sensors everywhere. The Internet of Things is really about networked devices making our lives easier. More...

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16 avril 2018

Utilities Test Electric Internet

Utilities Test Electric Internet

The cable and telephone companies may live to regret their dithering on broadband access. More...

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13 avril 2018

New Breed of Bullies Torment Their Peers on the Internet

New Breed of Bullies Torment Their Peers on the Internet

Just what we didn't need: cyber-bullying. More...

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Bug Bytes

Bug Bytes
Ah, this is what the internet is all about. This library contains about 40 clips of insect sounds. What grade 3 student could resist? Certainly not me. More...

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12 avril 2018

TAP

TAP
TAP (if it's an acronym, I couldn't find it) is a mechanism for storing and retrieving semantic web data via the internet. Source code (in Java and Perl) and examples are provided. More...

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JamSpam: It just might save the Internet

JamSpam: It just might save the Internet
Relief against unwanted email (of which there is a lot) may be on the way as industry experts are beginning to coalesce around the idea of an industry-wide anti-spam consortium intended to create an open, royalty-free, interoperable, anti-spam protocol. More...

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Internet Content in Peril in Non-Competitive World

Internet Content in Peril in Non-Competitive World
While broadband has long been a fact in Canada (I haven't had dial-up at home since 1998) consumers in the United States are still struggling to get bandwidth. More...

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11 avril 2018

The Internet in a Cup

The Internet in a Cup
Coffee houses... the internet of the 1600s. "A proclamation by Charles II of England in 1675... Coffee-houses, it declared, had produced 'very evil and dangerous effects...for that in such Houses...divers False, Malitious and Scandalous Reports are devised and spread abroad, to the Defamation of His Majestie's Government, and to the Disturbance of the Peace and Quiet of the Realm.'" My kind of place. More...

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Students Who Live on Campus Choosing Internet Courses

Students Who Live on Campus Choosing Internet Courses
As the title suggests, even on-campus students prefer online classes. Telling, though, is the account of why they prefer online classes: "I take convenience over lectures," she said. "I think I would be bored to death if I took it in lecture." Some professors, of course, are miffed. More...

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09 avril 2018

The IFLA Internet Manifesto

The IFLA Internet Manifesto
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) has started circulating emails to various mailing lists asking for feedback on its Manifesto on Open Access to Scholarly Literature and Research Documentation. More...

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