Re: The Filter Bubble - a new problem
- Elizabeth - thank you so much for taking the time to reply [:)]
I obviously need to check my settings on diigo, google and/or Firefox -
goodness! But there's definitely no automatic logout at present (I've
just spent the W/E on my computer !)
Actually your question "are the students logged in to their own
accounts" opens a new question for me .. I was going to say "yes"
because we work wifi in class, (I have 18 netbooks in a plugged in
mobile cupboard, and the other teachers haven't got wise on their
potential yet !) so although our wifi connection no longer goes
through a VPN, access to the internet is of course pasword protected,
that's why I was going to say yes - but in fact I guess you mean are
they logged in to their Google account .... I don't think so, but that's
something I'll have to observe next term - thanks
As for your last question ... I checked it out .... and the words were
"makes it hard not to long for ..." [;)]
so from one here and now Elizabeth to another
bye - and thanks
--- In email@example.com, "Dr. Elizabeth
Hanson-Smith" <ehansonsmi@...> wrote:
>personal account, and a separate ID and PW for the CALL_IS_VSL account.
> Hi ElizabethA--
> I use Diigo quite frequently, and sign in using my Google Id for my
I added the Diigo toolbar to Firefox on some of my desktops, and use the
Diigolet toolbar on my netbook and laptop (takes less real estate). I
have a gmail account, but don't use it frequently.
>automatically signs me out at least daily, usually after an hour or so,
> So I can't figure out where the problem is for you? I find that Diigo
as does Google. (I'd rather stay signed in but it is safer this way.)
Maybe if you use the Diigo toolbar in your browser it would behave for
you? (I am using Firefox/Mozilla on an iMac Intel OS X.5.) And I do
think it is wise to sign out of sites like Yahoo and Google before going
>starting lists/pages when they do the same Google search. Are they (or
> It is indeed interesting that students in a class will hit different
some of them) signed in to their own accounts when they use the search
function? I agree with the interview Bee sent--there is already too much
personalization of the Internet, and we are becoming dumber because of
>a here-and-nower, as much as possible!
> Was it me who longed for the good ole days, or did you mean Bee? I am
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ElizabethA"
> >his 8 minute Ted Talk too which someone may also have mentioned.
> > Thanks B for bringing Eli Pariser to the Webheads - I just watched
> >from google. (...)
> > My new problemis that I cannot manage to disconnect my diigo account
> > amitiï¿½s[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > ElizabethA
- I just came across another On the Media podcast on this topic
--- In email@example.com, Barbara Dieu <beeonline@...> wrote:
> I have been following this bubble/privacy affair closely and more
> voices are raising the subject.
> Evgeny Morozov, who wrote the book The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of
> Internet Freedom, reviews Pariser's book on NYTimes.
> You can also watch Eben Moglen at the Personal Democracy Forum : The
> alternate net we need.
> Enjoy your weekend!
> Barbara Dieu