Kasey was up early, clicking on the button to update her profile to enroll in the course to complete her degree.
The button, of course, wouldn’t work. 82 more words
This post presents some of my own views. It does not represent or reflect the views of the institution that I work for.
The post comes about as a result of a late night and early morning Twitter exchange and after hearing about the obscene charges a publisher has quoted us for perpetual licenses to academic e-texts. 1,177 more words
AFP© AFP/File | China’s military faces a computer game threat, top brass fear
SHANGHAI (AFP) – Chinese army officers have a new enemy in their sights — a mobile phone battle game believed so addictive to young soldiers that it may slow them down in real-life combat. 229 more words
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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BANGKOK — A prominent journalist in Thailand has been charged with sedition and violation of the country’s computer law for online postings concerning politics. 110 more words
Pravit Rojanaphruk, an outspoken Thai columnist for the English-language daily The Nation, poses for photograph while being called to report himself to the ruling military along with other journalists in Bangkok, Thailand Sunday, May 25, 2014. 423 more words
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Terry McCrann says NBN critics (like me) miss the point: “Chief Bill Morrow the NBN rolled out to just over half 445 more words