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Overcoming the Digital Divide Seminar Series

Overcoming the Digital Divide Seminar Series

DESCRIPTION Digital competence and digital skills are key differentiators. Whether you are interested in workforce development, continuing professional education, honing your digital skills or playing catch-up, this course is designed to help you become more competitive and make you more productive in the ...

Remember: Facebook is Free

Remember: Facebook is Free

I just got off the phone with a friend of mine who told me that her Facebook profile had been deleted — not hacked, deleted by Facebook. I wondered how this could happen and, unfortunately for her, she posted a picture that Facebook deemed to be inappropriate. According to my friend, Facebook notified her with a ...

Google Music Store?

Google Music Store? Rumor has it that Google will be launching a music download service by Christmas. It’s expected that the music store will be a cloud-based subscription service and will be heavily integrated with Google’s Android mobile operating system. Watch out iTunes! Adult Services Censored on ...

Google Makes Mail a Priority

Google Makes Mail a Priority Google unveiled a new feature for Gmail called Priority Inbox, to help combat e-mail overload. Priority Inbox organizes emails and puts them into one of three categories: “Important and Unread,” “Starred” and “Everything Else.” The new feature also places a higher priority on ...

Microsoft's Dead Kin

July 1, 2010 - Today's most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Microsoft's Dead Kin: Just a couple of months after it hit the market, Microsoft will kill its Kin phone. It was aimed at socially-minded teens, but teens ignored it. Some reports say that Microsoft sold as few as 500 units. That ...

New Apple TV Coming Soon

June 1, 2010 - Today's most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: New Apple TV: Apple is getting ready to launch a new, cheaper version of AppleTV. It's completely redesigned, in fact, some sources are calling it an iPhone without a screen. They say the new AppleTV is going to be super small with a ...

Are You Carrying A Newsroom In Your Pocket?

Are You Carrying A Newsroom In Your Pocket?

The Apple/Gizmodo raid story really made me think this week. I started wondering about the 1st Amendment, the 4th Amendment, what it means to be a journalist in the 21st century, what it means to be a citizen of the United States in the 21st century and, maybe as importantly, what it means to be a digital citizen in the ...

Google's MS Office Killer

Today's most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Lookout Microsoft, Google is on the attack. The search giant announced major, much-needed updates to Google Docs, its cloud-based version of Microsoft Office. The new software has better collaborative tools and is really trying to be a direct ...

Shelly Palmer: Cool & Useful Websites

Today's most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment: Amazon is selling music downloads a day early and way cheaper then Apple.  Price war? Nope. Apple is trying to use its considerable clout to get the record labels to rethink their super-consumer-friendly promotional relationship with Amazon.  Who ...

Kitty’s Question About Broadband

Kitty’s Question About Broadband

I just finished a radio interview with Kitty, a very nice talk show host somewhere in the Midwest. We did five minutes on "broadband." She started by telling her audience that she had recently been on Twitter tweeting about her radio show and she got, "some kind of message about Twitter being over capacity." She went on to ...