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Home WiFi

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

Computer Security

Learning by Lantern: Starry Night 2017

Starry Night is a special event. One which encompasses the excitement of visiting a place after hours; where, as the sun sets and the lanterns illuminate, the familiar is transformed. 496 more words

Wetlands Education Program

WEP: Puss in Spots

This challenge, Reunions, is the installment #4 of Tasya’s story. I started it in the previous posts for the WEP. For those who are new to the WEP blog hop, the story progressed chronologically in the following order, until it arrived at this episode: 1,236 more words

Olga Godim

#Write...Edit...Publish (#WEP) August challenge - REUNIONS. My #flashfiction #FF

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

My Exchange!

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

Australia

#IWSG day -- Sure I'm insecure, who isn't? AUGUST IS BIG, SO BIG FOR ME!  

Hello friends!

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

CEA-Retired Member's Work Highlighted by NEA

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

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