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Let’s leave them to their own devices

This posting is about some of the hidden benefits I discovered when I encouraged students to bring and use their own device (BYOD) to a workshop I ran earlier this week. The workshop was on cloud computing for small businesses so … Continue reading

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Google+ Whats your take

Google plus what’s your take? here is mine. Circles – closed groups, Hangouts – chat boards, Instant upload – media sharing, Sparks – tagging, Huddle – group messaging. A packaging of services that are already in existence bound together through … Continue reading

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Visit the worlds Museum collections from your desktop

The Art Project is a collaboration between Google and some of the world’s most acclaimed art museums. Using Street View and a suite of Google technologies, you can now explore the world’s museums and great works of art online. Continue reading

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Google – Seeding the Cloud

According to the  Google blog page linked below, there are now seven million students using Google applications as part of their formal educational experience (including my Son).  We can anticipate that this generation will expect their data to be held … Continue reading

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Footprint in your pocket and head in the cloud -The Little Black Device

Travelling back from London  during London Fashion week it struck me that one of the things that the IT industry and fashion industry have in common is a fondness for the thin client. The IT world has a track record … Continue reading

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