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Netiquette Rules

Netiquette rules are social conventions for communication in the Information Age. They are internet rules for effective communication. The basis of all Netiquette is the Golden Rule. 217 more words

Golden Rule

on target

I’m not at all sure that I like targeted ads and automatic sign-ups to mailing lists when you buy from a website; I may have nothing to hide, but I don’t like the idea of my emails being read and of organisations – public or private – keeping tabs on me. 81 more words

Writing And Writers

President O's Reign of Terror Against Journalists Continuing

By Carl-John X Veraja

So, after abusing the crap out of the Espionage Act (which should not exist anyway), selling our country out to multinational corporations, chasing Edward Snowden into Russia, and acting like a black version of Bush using equal rights as cover for no rights, the Trojan Nazi still has stuff on the plate for those who dare to write anything contrary to his official truth. 175 more words

Journal Of Public Corruption

Topic Three - Digital Information & Fluency (continued)

An Informed Response -

Topic three was about digital information and digital fluency and how that has an impact on us as individuals and as educators. 828 more words


Topic Three - Digital Information & Fluency

A Personal View -

My eyes were opened when I realised how much this world has changed in terms of information (in particular the giving and receiving of it). 459 more words


Deuteronomy 11:26 - Information Economy???

“Look, today I am giving you the choice between a blessing and a curse!” Deuteronomy‬ ‭11‬:‭26‬ NLT

Perhaps you’ve heard: we live in the Information Age.

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