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Understanding Online Privacy | The Parent Network: Social Media and Your Kids

What do I need to know about privacy for social networks? One of the biggest concerns parents have about their kids using online social networks is privacy. How can we make sure our kids protect their privacy and respect the privacy of others? A good start is going through the privacy settings with your kids […]

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ClusterFlunk: The University of Iowa’s Own Social Media Studying Site

You Facebook. You tweet. And if you’re an Iowa student, you might also “flunk”, although, not in the traditional sense. It’s simply a tool for students in lecture halls to talk to the other students in those classes. And they can talk to those students via the class wall, via uploading a file…in its simplest […]

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Matthew McConaughey Takes His First Instagram Selfie with Jimmy and UT Austin Students

-Please help me welcome the one, the only, Matthew McConaughey! [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -♪ Breakin’ rocks in the hot sun ♪ ♪ I fought the law, and the law won ♪ ♪ Needed money ’cause I got none ♪ ♪ I fought the law, and the law won ♪ ♪ I fought […]

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Anti-Capitalist Chronicles: Social Media and the Internet as a Powerful Organizing Tool – Part 2

This is David Harvey and you’re listening to the Anti-Capitalist Chronicles, a podcast that looks at capitalism through a Marxist lens. This podcast is made possible by Democracy at Work We’re continuing to talk with Chris Caruso, my guest for this session. Chris just defended his dissertation in the CUNY Graduate Center and we’ve already […]

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