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Get Connected: It's Worth It

I’ve read a lot of posts during Connected Educator Month, about the value of being connected. I consider myself a connected educator, though sometimes more connected than others. 344 more words


March of Dimes Share Site Provides Support and Nurtures Bonds

What if there were a place where parents and parents-to-be affected by premature birth, birth defects, and infant death could ask questions, find support, and encourage each other? 197 more words

March Of Dimes

Sharing Your Business (Hint: on LinkedIn)

I browse the web a lot and check in with a multitude of social networks, mostly personal ones like Facebook or Twitter. I’ve had an account on LinkedIn forever, like everybody else, but I’ve only just started really… 215 more words

Social Media And Business

What's Inside the Archives: Catholic University of America

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives preserves not only the institutional memory of the Catholic University of America but also the documentary heritage of the American Catholic people. 53 more words


US Couples More Likely to Share Passwords Than Calendars

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According to a recent survey conducted by Pew Research Center, 59% of U.S. Internet users in relationships of five years or less share passwords.

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How to Pick a Comic

A lot of people have asked me how to get started on reading comics: “On which issue should I start?”, “Is the reboot better or worse than the original?”, “Should I read graphic novels because I don’t have time for the monthly comics?”, “Should I NOT buy comics about capes and superheroes and instead browse for independent comics in order to support creative writers and avoid making richer the megalomaniac companies?” People have got a LOT of questions … And there is only one thing I tell them: 282 more words

My Comics

The Uberification of Society

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There are many of this so called “sharing economy” services emerging all around the world, up to the point where, taking as reference one of the icons of these kind of services, some people claim we are seeing a “uberification” of society.

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