10 Networking Terms You Probably Never Knew, And What They Mean


Craig Jackson:

Shared this on another blog site for tech teachers and their students. Hope you find it helpful or at least interesting.
-Craig

Originally posted on MDE Canvas Support:

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As techies, many of us seem to know what we are talking about.  But quite possibly, it may just SEEM that way.  Take me for instance, I have always thought DDoS meant Dedicated Disruption of Service.  Why? Maybe it just sounded good.

Check the link below and refresh yourself on these Networking terms you may know, or only THINK you know.

10 Networking Terms You Probably Never Knew, And What They Mean.

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Five apps that could be dangerous for kids


Craig Jackson:

Posted this today for teachers. The last app listed sounds like it was written for trouble. Check it out and share any thoughts you have on these or other social media apps that could pose problems in the classroom or workplace.

Originally posted on MDE Canvas Support:

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Teaching is a tough calling.  You have your hands full just trying to keep the lesson plans up to date and engaging for today’s students.  Teachers barely have enough time to teach and come home and take care of their families.  Rarely do they have time to keep up with trends and happenings in the technology world that could affect their classroom.

Here is a quick overview of five apps that could be problematic in the world of students and the classroom.  Even I was not up to speed on the last two apps listed.

So take a few minutes to make sure you are up to date on some of the things out there that could be troublesome if not careful.

Five apps that could be dangerous for kids.

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Working on a Small Screen? Use These 6 Tips to Improve Your Productivity


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Not everyone has a laptop with a 19 inch monitor.  Or a 24 inch desktop monitor at home.  Some folks may have a netbook or Chromeb0ok with a 10 inch screen, or maybe an old laptop with a 15 inch monitor.

With screen real estate at a premium, you have to figure a way to maximize your space.  So here is a good article that may give you some tips you had not thought of in your struggle to win the monitor real estate war.

Working on a Small Screen? Use These 6 Tips to Improve Your Productivity.

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