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An eco-poetic mesostic

An eco-poetic mesostic – Modern & Contemporary American Poetry (“ModPo”)

An eco-poetic mesostic – Modern & Contemporary American Poetry (“ModPo”)http://modpo.org/2018/11/10/an-eco-poetic-mesostic/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=other&utm_campaign=opencourse.yeli1ehUEeSBtCIAC3lLIA.announcements~opencourse.yeli1ehUEeSBtCIAC3lLIA.R-eYZuRlEei3eRL02MXIbASince our first session back in 2012, ModPo people have arranged meet-ups around the world. And they have formed online study groups.

Google Is Teaching Children How to Act Online. Is It the Best Role Model?

Google Is Teaching Children How to Act Online. Is It the Best Role Model?

Google Is Teaching Children How to Act Online. Is It the Best Role Model?https://medium.com/the-new-york-times/google-is-teaching-children-how-to-act-online-is-it-the-best-role-model-f1e96e78dcacThe tech giant is positioning itself in schools as a trusted authority on digital citizenship at a moment when the company’s data-handling practices are under growing scrutiny

Hands off my data! 15 more default privacy settings you should change on your TV, cellphone plan, LinkedIn and more.

From LinkedIn and Yahoo to TVs and WiFi routers, these are default data privacy settings worth changing - The Washington Post

From LinkedIn and Yahoo to TVs and WiFi routers, these are default data privacy settings worth changing – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/06/15/hands-off-my-data-15-more-default-privacy-settings-you-should-change-on-your-tv-cellphone-plan-linkedin-and-more/?utm_term=.d8e5a3bb4925Default privacy settings often aren’t very private. Our tech columnist is back with Round 2 of his clickable guide to improving your privacy on all sorts of devices and online services.

Can Cryptocurrency Mining Save the Media Business?

News: Can Cryptocurrency Mining Save the Media Business?

News: Can Cryptocurrency Mining Save the Media Business?http://sea.pcmag.com/news/19588/can-cryptocurrency-mining-save-the-media-businessThe media company Salon is testing an alternative to online ads that’ll serve a cryptocurrency miner that can help the publisher generate revenue. The miner—which requires people to opt in—runs over your internet browser and siphons away a PC’s excess computing power to generate a virtual currency called Monero.