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How E-Books Will Change Reading And Writing

(kosu.org): Ten years ago, few imagined that by decade's end, people would be reading novels on cell phones. A lot has changed in the book world. As digital platforms proliferate, writers are trying to figure out how to use them. Novelist Rick Moody recently wrote a story on the social networking site Twitter. Moody says he got intrigued by the idea of writing in abbreviated form to fit within the 140-character limitations of each Twitter post.
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The Best of Next Generation Science 2009 - The Year in Review

(nextgenerationscience.com): Next Generation Science presents the most popular articles for 2009. The most popular articles for 2009 have been calculated using two measures, either by the highest number of page views for the year (shown in blue) or by the average number of page views (shown in white and calculated as the number of page views/number of days posted).
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Why Social Networks Only Pretend To Protect You

(techcrunch.com): As long as the same information that social networks piously prohibit their own customers from using is being bought and sold on the open market by giant marketing companies, social networks are only pretending protect your privacy. Social networks are engaging in Privacy Theater because there's no shortage of examples of organizations on the Web that process vast quantities of PII while providing real privacy protection.
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2009 Technology Trends That Impact Online Learning

The arena of online learning is continually reshaped by technological advances. Just as we must pay attention to the latest research on learning and pedagogy, it's important to be aware of current technological trends. These have the potential to redefine what it means to learn online.
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The 'science' mantra in global warming fight

(pittsburghlive.com): Like anything valuable, science has been seized upon by politicians and ideologues and used to forward their own agendas. Today, politicized "science" has too big a stake in the global warming hysteria to let the facts speak for themselves. People who talk about the corrupting influence of money seem to assume that it is only private money that is corrupting. But when governments have billions of dollars invested in the global warming crusade, massive programs under way and whole political careers at risk if that crusade gets undermined, do not expect the disinterested search for truth.
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