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Jefferson dome.

A couple of articles in the national news about our overly-large school district.

Which are probably not going over well in the superintendent’s office since, when I worked for them, our guiding principle was to never do anything that would land in a Washington Post story. Much less on TV news.

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Deciphering The Privacy Code

In The Kaleidoscope

When I was still working for the overly-large school district, one of things our office did was interpret the terms of service and privacy policies for the ever growing stream of websites and application teachers were bringing into their classrooms. At least we did the best we could.

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Bad Time For a Test

Mac and Spam

Back when I worked on the instruction side of the overly-large school district, we tried to maintain a good relationship with the people in IT.

Even so, we were pretty sure that most of them really didn’t understand the people they were supposed to be supporting. That was especially true of the folks working on network security.

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It’s Coming From Inside The House

Screenshot 2023 01 12 at 4 21 05 PM

Every year, in the week after New Year’s Day, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) sets up in almost every corner of the massive Las Vegas Convention center. The trade show normally (as in not during a pandemic) hosts tens of thousands of people who are there to see the latest tech gadgets companies plan to release in the near future.1

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