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Two-Factor Authentication: "What?" and "How?"

With all the press about the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability in the news, you probably don’t need another recount of why this is a big deal. 1,359 more words

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Two Factor authentication Supporting Sites

Two Factor authentication Supporting Sites

This post is for my personal reference, and I was about to put this in my OneNote. But I thought it might be useful for you too. 65 more words

Randoms

The end, part I

“Every day,” I began before trailing off. After closing my eyes and gathering my breath, I resumed my moment of weakness.

“Every day, you make my blood boil, and you humiliate and crush me when you make it so obvious that I care more about your futures than you do. 1,588 more words

Middle School

Justice Journey with Brittney Williams

I am a 2014 Teach For America corps member. In the fall I will be teaching Special education in Atlanta, Georgia. Last weekend I had the privilege to attend the Metro-Atlanta: Justice Journey. 946 more words

Educational Improvement

Delaying my fate

So I may have taken off work today. I realize that it’s already been four days since I saw the students, but when you’re so bogged down with mucus that your head feels 10 pounds heavier, sometimes you need to just sacrifice the sick day. 316 more words

The Ingredients to Mutually Prevent Destruction

Again

I could feel the familiar mixture of

anger,

exasperation,

and sadness

at the slumped over head and shoulders,

conscientiously opting to twist the pen… 463 more words

Work

Announcing TFA Metro Atlanta's New Executive Director

J. DeLano Ford, Metro Atlanta’s Executive Director.

On behalf of our entire team, I’m excited to share with you that DeLano Ford has been selected as the new Executive Director of Teach For America Metro Atlanta.  320 more words

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