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Digitally Literate #204

The quiet part out loudDigitally Lit #204 – 7/6/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to issue #204 of Digitally Literate. In this newsletter I distill the news of the week in technology into an easy-to-read resource. Thank you for reading. Please subscribe if you haven’t already. This week I was working…

Digitally Literate #203

Know the WhyDigitally Lit #203 – 6/29/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to issue #203 of Digitally Literate. In this newsletter I distill the news of the week in technology into an easy-to-read resource. Thank you for reading. Please subscribe if you haven’t already. This week I was busy helping to…

Digitally Literate #201

Mastering Your Life Digitally Lit #201 – 6/15/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to issue #201 of Digitally Literate. In this newsletter I curate the news of the week and distilling this down into an easy-to-read resource for you. Thank you for reading. Please subscribe if you haven’t already. This week…

Digitally Literate #200

It goes on. Digitally Lit #200 – 6/8/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to Digitally Literate. Welcome to issue #200!!! I started this newsletter several years ago with in the intention of curating during the week and distilling this down into an easy-to-read source for you to quickly consume. My goal…

Digitally Literate #197

The privacy paradox Digitally Lit #197 – 5/11/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to Digitally Literate. In this newsletter, I try to synthesize what happened this week so you can be digitally literate as well. I posted a couple of things this week: Formative and Summative Assessments – An overview of…

Digitally Literate #194

Getting lost in the crowdDigitally Lit #194 – 4/20/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to Digitally Literate. In this newsletter, I try to synthesize what happened this week so you can be digitally literate as well. I posted a couple of things this week: Optimize algorithms to support kids online, not…

Privacy is too big to understand

As part of his Privacy Project newsletter, Charlie Warner talks about the challenges of defining and discussing privacy in current contexts. “Privacy” is an impoverished word — far too small a word to describe what we talk about when we talk about the mining, transmission, storing, buying, selling, use and misuse of our personal information.…

Digitally Literate #193

Freedom to PressDigitally Lit #193 – 4/13/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to Digitally Literate. In this newsletter, I try to synthesize what happened this week so you can be digitally literate as well. I posted a couple of things this week: Screentime has little effect on teenagers’ wellbeing, says study…