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Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam
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Learning about the Digital Divide ALT-C 2008: Josie Fraser’s slam

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Josie Fraser's slam session, presented at ALT-C 2008 as part of the 'Learning about the Digital Divide' workshop. You can find out more and see all of the submitted slams here: …

Josie Fraser's slam session, presented at ALT-C 2008 as part of the 'Learning about the Digital Divide' workshop. You can find out more and see all of the submitted slams here: http://digdivslam.wetpaint.com/

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  • I love your views about Public library. It reminds me of my childhood...I had to jump from our verandah to my granmother's verandah to be ain my her loungeroom to explore her collections of old books. My old time favourite 'golden books'. I now live in Australia and we do have mobile bus as public library...Internet and Public library has change. Libraries makes me feel so secure in my own world.
    Cheers Mary-Ann
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  • http://www.sivacracy.net/2008/06/a_dozen_things_to_tell_your_el.html

    'DOPA or the Deleting Online Predators Act was such a stupid idea that it seemed to require special words that went beyond merely calling it “stupid.” It was maroonic; it was betarded; it was stooptastic'
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  • http://www.ariwriter.com/2008/08/us-bans-social-networking.html

    '# Social networking enables sexual predators to stalk children across cyberspace. Legislators are collaborating with law enforcement officials to enforce actions in public libraries and schools.

    # Social networking strains server bandwidth and presents operational risks for military websites, including the Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security, which require lightning-speed algorithmic capabilities to combat the war on terrorism and other matters domestically and abroad.

    # Social networking on the job decreases workplace productivity and employee morale, insist rhetoric from government agencies and corporate employers.'
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  • Libraries fight to protect privacy
    Ledyard King • Gannett News Service
    August 23, 2008
    http://www.statesmanjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080823/NEWS/808230341/1001

    'Kirk's bill, the Deleting Online Predators Act, died in 2006 but gained new life this year. Kirk says that as more children flock to social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook, 'we've seen a corresponding increase of online sexual predators' targeting those children.

    But library officials say the legislation — while tackling a legitimate problem — takes the wrong approach in trying to keep kids safe from online predators.

    Rather than outlawing certain sites, the American Library Association supports preparing kids and parents to deal with online threats at the library, home or anywhere else.'
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  • Libraries fight to protect privacy
    Ledyard King • Gannett News Service
    August 23, 2008
    http://www.statesmanjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080823/NEWS/808230341/1001

    'WASHINGTON — Congress is considering a bill that would bar children who use computers in public libraries from accessing Facebook and other social networking Web sites without parental permission.

    Rep. Mark Steven Kirk, the Illinois Republican who sponsored the measure, says the proposal would keep sexual predators from contacting minors who are using a library computer.

    But the American Library Association says Kirk's bill is another attempt by the federal government to interfere with library users' privacy and free speech.'
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