This is by far the creepiest thing Facebook has done to collect data from its users – and it has to stop.
Wow! I wonder if this is true. I don’t know that I will be running out to update the app.
See on action.sumofus.org
Freshdesk is a cloud-based customer support software that lets you support customers through traditional channels like phone and email, social channels like Facebook and Twitter, and your own branded community
I am always looking for solutions for ticketing systems. We trialled Mavenlink. It seemed promising but there was room for improvement. This looks simple and possibly effective.
See on freshdesk.com
We’re not quite at the stage of all being cyborgs, but the wearable computing market is growing, and the number and type of devices is also increasing
Google Glass is still on the cusp for us over here in Eastern Europe. I haven’t seen or experienced one yet. However, I understand GG and other devices like it will present a new paradigm for users, for bystanders, for educators, and for those being educated. This infographic presents a few ways that GG could be used in certain settings. Print it. Read it. Maybe even make use of it.
See on www.online-phd-programs.org
“The restaurant is overrun with children. Some kids are antsy, others are well-behaved, but a good number of them have one thing in common: their heads are facing down, as they play games on smartphones and tablets.
Oh, and 1-in-10 have ADHD.”
I am acutely aware that my son plays on an iPad a lot. I am always interested to read articles that argue this is not good practice in order to hear why. This article explains some of the reward and dopamine effects that games and apps give to kids and that can’t continually be replicated in life.
I was going to make a certain argument, but the author did it for me: “These games are compelling to the kids,” he said. “Instead of battling to eliminate them, we could use them to actually develop social skills.”
See on m.2machines.com