It's a universally acknowledged hypothesis that we tweet to make up for our lack of identity, while Facebook exists to satisfy our need for belonging and self-representation. Why we are tempted to fuse these entirely different streams of consciousness, even in the face of total protonic reversal of the benefits of separation?
Collusion is an experimental add-on for Firefox and allows you to see all the third parties that are tracking your movements across the Web. It will show, in real time, how that data creates a spider-web of interaction between companies and other trackers.
Here is the link to a social networking website for ESL/EFL teachers: EFL Classroom 2.0. This site has several sources of information, tools, and opportunities specifically geared for ESL/EFL teachers.
Via Steve Castle
If you use social media in either your professional or personal life (or both, as many of us do), you may have experienced a moment where you became so engrossed in your activity within a social media platform that you ...
For a generation captivated by smartphones and iPads, museums can often invoke horrific memories of getting in trouble during your fifth grade field trip to (RT @lisa_decanio: How local museums are using social media
Via Susan Bainbridge, Score Project