Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Four Phases

I found the Palfrey article, Four Phases of Internet Regulation, very interesting. It opened my eyes to a lot of different periods of time and information I did not already know; especially regarding regulation of the internet over the past … Continue reading

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Mobile Mathematics

In 2008, Nokia and the South African government collaborated together to create a mobile phone application to promote applied learning through mathematics. This became known as MoMath (Mobile Mathematics) and it fuses with South Africa’s most popular social media platform … Continue reading

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The Power of a Smart Phone

People often forget the miraculous things our phones are capable of. I myself am often caught off guard by a new update or new feature I find on my phone. As someone fairly new to the smart phone world, it … Continue reading

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The Luxury of Being a Crash Test Dummy

I have a confession to make: I’ve never really thought (or cared…like at all) about the different types of internet usage on different continents – or much less, developing nations. Where’s that damn Confession Bear when I need him? From … Continue reading

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Mobile Phones Help and Hurt

When taking a technologically deterministic outlook on mobile phones, it’s hard not to think about all the ways they have changed us for the better and also for the worse. Personally, when I think about mobile phones, I simply think … Continue reading

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