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Reading and Listening | February 23, 2013

Reading The New York Times | Saturday, February 23, 2013 U.S. Moves to Provide Quicker Access to Publicly Financed Scientific Research by Kenneth Chang Alan F. Westin, Who Transformed Privacy Debate Before the Web Era, Dies at 83 by Maragalit … Continue reading

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Reading and Listening | January 29, 2013

Reading The New York Times | Tuesday, January 29, 2013 As Music Streaming Grows, Royalties Slow to a Trickle by Ben Sisario The Wall Street Journal | Tuesday, January 29, 2013 For the Internet-Deprived, McDonald’s Is Study Hall by Anton … Continue reading

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Reading and Listening | January 26, 2013

Reading The New York Times | Saturday, January 26, 2013 Openly Gay, and Openly Welcomed in Congress by Jeremy W. Peters F.D.A. Likely To Add Reins On Painkillers by Sabrina Tavernise In Surprise, Educator Tied To Cheating Rejects Deal by … Continue reading

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Should We Go Google? Google Apps Experience

Michael Pickett, CIO at Brown convened the session.. The session was not a presentation, but a discussion. Brown was one of the first institutions to implement Google Apps for faculty, staff, and students. Question: Why consider Google Apps? (versus Microsoft … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading – 8/3/09

The Chronicle of Higher Education An Intellectual Movement for the Masses – Positive psychology fights off New Age approaches that detract from ongoing scholarship. Will Higher Education Ever Change as It Should? – Robert Zemsky proposes methods for bringing about … Continue reading

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Rights Clash on YouTube, and Videos Disappear

This morning’s New York Times has an article on copyright and YouTube.  Warner Music and YouTube have an agreement that has YouTube pulling down content from their servers even when it seems the posted videos are within Fair Use guidelines. … Continue reading

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Twitter Problems – Reconsidering Jaiku

Twitter’s had a number of problems lately. Seems it all started when they had the system down for upgrades a couple of weeks ago. Since then they’re on par with Second Life for technical problems. The two blur together for … Continue reading

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