Connecticut Woman loses job over racist rant

In todays day and age, it seems, that once a month or once every few weeks someone loses their job or position of power because of what they say on social media, or what they said that was recorded by someone else. This story is one of the most recent in this trend. Corrine Terrone, worked at Hamden Public schools in New Haven Conneticut before a video of her yelling racial slurs at, and subsequently, spitting on, a black woman and man.

Russia’s New Internet Bill

I found this article interesting as it discusses the passing of Russia’s new internet bill and the country’s response. Russia has been trying to tighten restrictions on internet browsing and just passed its first movement:

Facing Reality

A lot of the posts in this section are about the affects of social media and how it has really taken over our lives. I found this article on Global News that discusses the affects for people who decided to DELETE their social media accounts, and how their lives have changed since then from it. One person interviewed shares that they are a lot happier without social media. He added that "I choose not be be apart of this whole world because I see in other people the negative feedback cycle of being on social media. I've read the reports about how people feel sad on social media...

In 2016, Forbes Magazine...

In 2016, Forbes Magazine released Carrie Kerpen’s article where she discussed the many ways social media has changed human nature over time. What I found particularly intriguing about her writing was her point about these effects not only impacting the young.In 2016, Forbes Magazine released Carrie Kerpen’s article where she discussed the many ways social media has changed human nature over time.

I found this article to be...

I found this article to be extremely interesting because I for one thought that teachers would very much dislike technology in the classroom, however, this article proves differently. It states that 75% of educators believe that technology is helpful and a great addition to both learning and teaching. They believe it makes learning more fun for the students, prepares them better for the future, help students learn at a pace that is comfortable for them, and many other reasons as well.

Ways to get Apple discounts

I did not really know what I wanted to talk about today, but I came across this article in regards to how to save money on Apple products in this mornings NYT that I thought would be beneficial for people to read given our generations increasing interest in technology.

Smartphones in the Classroom

This article discusses the ban Japan currently has enacted on smartphone presence for elementary and junior high school students during the school day, plans are being made to modify the current law. With increased leniency to the use of cell phones during academic processes, the government is debating whether lifting this ban will prove problematic for the students' learning structure.

Whats Next for Smartphones?

Whats Next for Smartphones? Samsung, the worlds largest headset maker showed off their new technologies and features that may start spreading to other smartphones. This includes the next-generation ultrafast 5G cellular networks, which means it can download a move in seconds rather than minutes, with larger screens and better camera systems than their predecessors.

Connecticut Woman loses job over racist rant

In todays day and age, it seems, that once a month or once every few weeks someone loses their job or position of power because of what they say on social media, or what they said that was recorded by someone else. This story is one of the most recent in this trend. Corrine Terrone, worked at Hamden Public schools in New Haven Conneticut before a video of her yelling racial slurs at, and subsequently, spitting on, a black woman and man.

Russia’s New Internet Bill

I found this article interesting as it discusses the passing of Russia’s new internet bill and the country’s response. Russia has been trying to tighten restrictions on internet browsing and just passed its first movement:

Facing Reality

A lot of the posts in this section are about the affects of social media and how it has really taken over our lives. I found this article on Global News that discusses the affects for people who decided to DELETE their social media accounts, and how their lives have changed since then from it. One person interviewed shares that they are a lot happier without social media. He added that "I choose not be be apart of this whole world because I see in other people the negative feedback cycle of being on social media. I've read the reports about how people feel sad on social media...

In 2016, Forbes Magazine...

In 2016, Forbes Magazine released Carrie Kerpen’s article where she discussed the many ways social media has changed human nature over time. What I found particularly intriguing about her writing was her point about these effects not only impacting the young.In 2016, Forbes Magazine released Carrie Kerpen’s article where she discussed the many ways social media has changed human nature over time.

I found this article to be...

I found this article to be extremely interesting because I for one thought that teachers would very much dislike technology in the classroom, however, this article proves differently. It states that 75% of educators believe that technology is helpful and a great addition to both learning and teaching. They believe it makes learning more fun for the students, prepares them better for the future, help students learn at a pace that is comfortable for them, and many other reasons as well.

Ways to get Apple discounts

I did not really know what I wanted to talk about today, but I came across this article in regards to how to save money on Apple products in this mornings NYT that I thought would be beneficial for people to read given our generations increasing interest in technology.

Smartphones in the Classroom

This article discusses the ban Japan currently has enacted on smartphone presence for elementary and junior high school students during the school day, plans are being made to modify the current law. With increased leniency to the use of cell phones during academic processes, the government is debating whether lifting this ban will prove problematic for the students' learning structure.

Whats Next for Smartphones?

Whats Next for Smartphones? Samsung, the worlds largest headset maker showed off their new technologies and features that may start spreading to other smartphones. This includes the next-generation ultrafast 5G cellular networks, which means it can download a move in seconds rather than minutes, with larger screens and better camera systems than their predecessors.

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