We often bring home a WiFi router or get one from the ISP and not think too much about it. WiFi is one of the easiest penetration points into your home network. 37 more words
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It’s time for Write…Edit…Publish again. This month of August, the challenge has been set by Nilanjana Bose–Reunions.
I’ve been inspired into a magical foray for this one, a flash fiction piece, as always. 1,170 more words
If you read my about then you’ll know I’m going on exchange to Norway for three months in November and I couldn’t be more excited! The organisation I am going with is called World Education Program (WEP) which, from what I’ve dealt with so far, is really efficient and easy to work with. 63 more words
I missed last month’s IWSG as my favorite aunty took ill. Unfortunately, she passed away, so I was too busy to think about posting on my blog. 793 more words
NEA Today is featuring retired educators who are still making a difference—and one of those highlighted is Connecticut’s own Jon-Paul Roden. A former CEA-Retired president, Roden was recently elected to his second term on the NEA-Retired Executive Council. 454 more words