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Une « mega protesta » dans la rue et sur Twitter
De très nombreux manifestants se sont réunis sur le Zocalo, la place centrale de Mexico, jeudi 20 novembre au soir,en hommage aux… 873 more words


The internet: a "dark and ungoverned space"

The internet may soon become a “dark and ungoverned” space according to recent remarks by Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, current commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. 667 more words


Data analysis

A French writer called Jean de Lafontaine once wrote a fable about an oak and a reed: the oak makes fun of the reed for being shaken by the winds, and so frail and vulnerable. 598 more words


Assessment Office At DE DOE Didn't Get Charter School SAT Scores From College Board...Oops! @KilroysDelaware @ed_in_de @Apl_Jax @ecpaige @RCEAPrez @nannyfat @Roof_O @DelawareBats #netde #eduDE #Delaware #edchat

In yet another colossal blunder, the Delaware DOE didn’t get the charter school SAT scores from the College Board.  At the State Board of Education meeting last Thursday, Brian Touchette and Rita Fry from the Office Assessment gave a presentation on the SAT scores for all of the high schools in the state.  542 more words

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New data reveals Russia and Turkey are most policed countries in the world

New statistics complied and released this week by British newspaper The Independent has revealed that Russia and Turkey are the most policed countries in the world, holding the highest number of police staff per capita than another other nations. 151 more words


I didn't learn this at school: Using Excel as a data source for InDesign

I like Mail Merge.  It saved my bacon for all sorts of billings and what-not.  That was Excel & Word.  No one told me that you could connect Excel & InDesign.  29 more words


Secure Your Data Series: Protecting from SQL Injection

I have been collecting data and building databases for a while. As I do so, I have come across a wide variety of mistakes in thought and code varying from the notion that a captcha works to a failure to adequately protect from SQL injection. 447 more words

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