It’s election day in New Brunswick. Any students studying law or political science in the province this term really luck out because, via candidate signs, the syllabus is literally on your front lawn. One aspect of this voting process that’s difficult for students to comprehend is: Why do the same two parties keep getting elected?… Read more »
Who do you think gets credited for making the very first “lyric video”? Three clues for you: The video was released back in 1987.
Teachers quickly learn that telling doesn’t automatically lead to doing. But why not? It’s not usually enough to say to a child, “You have 10 minutes to finish this.” Young students know (1) that time exists and (2) it moves forward; however, managing a task within a timespan is an unclear notion for many youths…. Read more »
Do you know Chuck Teed? I do. Since Grade 2, when I met a Grade 1 Chuck and made fun of his chicken pox. As a belated apology, I’m helping him celebrate the third year of his very popular Saint John Playlist by hosting a TWITTER CHAT. Do you have a question now? I think I can… Read more »
As a student or employee, you likely forget your password and lose time resetting it. Or you might use the same password for every site, which made you vulnerable this week when hackers stole two million Facebook, Twitter and Gmail passwords. Last month I wrote about how to create an unhackable but easy-to-remember password. Microsoft… Read more »
Embedding a video in your presentation? Excellent. Forgetting what minute and second you need to start it? Well, while you’re looking for the starting point, Cassidy’s highjacked your momentum to tell everyone that, although Niall’s teeth are totally the most perfect ever now that his braces are off, Harry definitely has the best hair. Sound… Read more »
** Updated for Heartbleed virus. You should change your password immediately if you use either Facebook, Gmail, Tumblr, Yahoo mail, GoDaddy, Intuit, Dropbox, LastPass, OkCupid or Soundcloud. ** Like most people, you were born a human. And like all humans, you can’t remember your @#$%! web site passwords. Same old process: