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goTenna Personal Long-Range Public Mesh Network

A new product called goTenna lets two or more people create a publicly owned wide area phone network for text messaging.

Even without access to mobile services, the goTenna network will operate as a mesh multi-node peer-to-peer network. 50 more words

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Mobile Tech in Libraries: More info by Mick Fortune

Mick Fortune was kind enough to write some notes about the technology that was mentioned during the joint chat on Mobile Technology in Libraries that we held with #SLAtalk.  1,095 more words

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Privacy in the Era of Mobile Tech and Social Media: Facebook Fallout and New Innovations for Protecting Your Privacy

Did Facebook cross the line when conducting human behavior social experiments last year?  I think so.  When conducting scientific research on human subjects investigators are held to very high standards.   692 more words

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Amazon's Big Announcement....Kinda Underwhelming

After a long wait, Amazon finally made an announcement concerning its newest product. The Amazon Fire Phone is the latest installment in an impressive line of mobile tech. 250 more words

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Blackberry Passport……I’m excited!

It’s no secret that Blackberry has been struggling the past few years though last year was a definite surprise for everyone. On June 19th the CEO of Blackberry, John Chen, made a formal announcement about a long rumored new phone. 261 more words

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Playing with new tools

Part of the inspiration of writing this blog was connecting with a number of like minded folks in education. Not that I feel particularly alone in my job, but I feel that I am not only part of a younger generation of science teachers, but that my embracing of social technologies and networking are not quite mainstream. 833 more words

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8 July 2014 - Agenda - Mobile Tech in Libraries

#SLAtalk and #uklibchat are once again collaborating on a joint Twitter Chat, this time it is on.

Using Twitter, our two groups will be exploring the use of  mobile technology in libraries. 136 more words

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