THE PERIPHERY The Internet and the U.S. Government
With every new technology comes the potential for either good or evil. How will the U.S. government's use of digital technology to spy be judged?
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CHICZ MAGAZINE Parenting Social Media-Crazed Teens
By Tara Bitzan
A not-so-very-long-time ago, it wasn't that difficult to keep track of your teen and who they were hanging out with. Today, things are more challenging.
Cell phones, e-mail and social ... Posted on 5/1/13 at 9:45 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #88 - Some top performers
I decided for this week's digest to offer up another look at some of our top performing blogs. They're both consistent with their posts, and their posts seem to generate broad interest in everything f... Posted on 9/5/12 at 3:46 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Speed limit increase hits a speed bump
Sen. LeRoy Stumpf offered a confession to the Senate Transportation Committee.
The Plummer Democrat said he sometimes speeds while traveling his northwest Minnesota district.
I bring this bill to ... Posted on 2/14/12 at 10:50 PM
Technology in Alexandria School District 206 is ready for evolution.
“At some point we will have to make some changes,” said Kevin Brezina, technology director for the district. “What are we going to do in the next couple years?”
PACER’s Simon Technology Center is presenting its Family Fun Day, and one lucky child with a disability will win an iPad as the Center celebrates 25 years of making a difference with assistive technology.
Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently announced the launch of a new web-based tool that will make it easier for all Americans to monitor and measure how the nation’s health care system is performing.
The National Joint Powers Alliance in Staples has been selected to receive a $405,991 grant to install distance learning technology in 12 school districts, a community college and a medical facility in Central Minnesota.
Today, U.S. Senator Al Franken, D-Minnesota, called on Carrier IQ, the developer of an application that has apparently been installed on millions of smartphones and that logs and may transmit sensitive information to explain exactly what the software records, whether it is transmitted to Carrier IQ or any third party, and whether the data is protected against security threats that could risk the safety and privacy of American consumers.
The Minnesota Assistive Technology Advisory Council is seeking seven citizens who want to advise the state on issues that help persons with disabilities acquire the devices they need to live, learn, work and play.
If you saw Alayna Eldred zipping around Osakis this summer, it’s likely you did a double take.
The contraption she rides around on is worth another look – it’s a unique rig that exercises her high-energy dog, Molly.
Here’s the news that all Kindle e-reader owners have been waiting for. You can check out a Kindle book from the library and read it on any Kindle device or free Kindle reading app.
With just a few clicks the book is delivered to your reader. Here are the steps:
Karen Simmons, County Librarian
, October 05, 2011
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