Even if you don’t know what OpenSSL is, go over to Mashable and check out their breakdown of which sites were vulnerable and where you should change your passwords. http://mashable.com/2014/04/09/heartbleed-bug-websites-affected/ Go now. Do not pass go, do not collect two … Continued
Robert Reid has a problem with the idea of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Awhile ago, I floated the question on Twitter about what it takes to say you’ve “been” to a place. Does walking across a … Continued
Say Goodbye to Corny Stock Images | Social Media Today tags: MM Blogging What your employees won’t tell you—but you really should hear tags: MM Management State of Public Speaking: Who Will Disrupt the “Show up and Throw up” Industry? … Continued
Whether it’s the thousands who follow my Child Abuse Survivor site on Twitter and Facebook, or just my cousins and I chatting about sports on my sports page, I’m getting something out of the effort by simply connecting with people who I might not otherwise have the chance to, and it’s those connections that make the effort worthwhile, even if I don’t have a million page views.
Ant Pugh asks an interesting question: Do you feel responsible for your learners and their development? He spends the better part of that post making the case that yes, teachers, trainers and other educators are, in fact, responsible for whether … Continued