18 septembre 2018

The Beginning of the End of the Internet?

The Beginning of the End of the Internet?
The U.S. Federal Communications Commissioner (FCC) warns that the internet "may be dying" because of changes in legislation that may allow major corporations "to control the internet's choke points" and dictate what innovations may be allowed, what content may flow. More...

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06 septembre 2018

This is Your Brain on the Internet

This is Your Brain on the Internet
The sense of this article is conveyed in a single sentence: "I could never go back to just f2f activities." It is hard today for experienced writers and developers to imagine life without the world's largest reserach library and collaborative network sitting at their fingertips. More...

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'McEducation' an Inevitable Outcome of Air Travel, Internet

'McEducation' an Inevitable Outcome of Air Travel, Internet
Could you survive - that is, not die of malnutrition - on a diet consisting of food served by McDonalds? I'll leave you to answer that question. Let me pose another: what would be the reaction were McDonalds the only source of nutrition in the developing world? People are pondering seriously these sorts of questions when it comes to global education. More...

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Children’s Internet Protection Act: Study of Technology Protection Measures in Section 1703

Children’s Internet Protection Act: Study of Technology Protection Measures in Section 1703
This U.S. government report on the use of technology to protect schoolchildren from harmful content, though it does cite a measure of satisfaction with the products, recognizes that technological measures alone will not solve the problem. More...

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31 août 2018

The Music Biz In a Pearl Jam

The Music Biz In a Pearl Jam
People will look back and say that this is the moment it ended. Pearl Jam, one of the major recording acts in the world today, has abandoned its label in order to go it alone on the internet. More...

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26 août 2018

Ressource en auto-formation : Publier en toute liberté : Internet et le droit d'auteur

sup-numerique.gouv.frLa façon de diffuser les résultats de ses travaux est un souci légitime pour un universitaire : comment partager largement ses recherches, sans pour autant vouloir en tirer un profit lucratif, mais en conservant toutefois la pleine paternité sur ses productions ? Une panoplie de contrats juridiquement très aboutis, faciles à mettre en oeuvre, répond à ces contraintes diverses et qui parurent longtemps insolubles. Plus...

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17 août 2018

Un site internet dédié au Certificat de compétences des services « Relation client »

La branche des prestataires de services du secteur tertiaire, en collaboration avec Agefos PME, a lancé un site internet dédié au Certificat de compétences des services « Relation client » (CCS-RC). Plus...

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22 juillet 2018

Grappling with IoT Growth on Campus

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. Smart campus efforts take advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT) to gain efficiencies from automation and analytics, often starting with building systems and energy usage. More...

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People with More Education Have a More Positive View of the Internet

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. The share of online adults who say the internet has been good for society is on the decline. While 76 percent in 2014 said the internet has been “mostly” good, by 2018, the proportion sharing that sentiment had dropped to 70 percent. More...

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12 juillet 2018

Crowd-Frauding: Why the Internet is Fake

Crowd-Frauding: Why the Internet is Fake
Eric Hellman, Go To Hellman, February 10, 2014
The message for me in this - beyond the obvious, which is that you should take any claims about web traffic with a grain of salt - is that models built on mass will tend to fail over the long run. The reason is described in this post. More...

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