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Written By: Usree Bhattacharya on February 17, 2010 No Comment

for Google? Here’s what’s up:

Google may be earning an alleged $500 million a year via companies and individuals who register deceptive website addresses.

The claim centres on a controversial scheme known as “typosquatting“, the practice of registering a misspelled variant of a popular web domain. For example, a typosquatter might register “newscientsist.com” in […]

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Written By: daveski on November 23, 2008 1 Comment

We’ve just added Papyrus News to the blogroll–it’s a blog by faculty and students at UC Irvine’s Digital Learning Lab, headed by Mark Warschauer. The blog’s “About” page says that it “focuses on the intersection of information and communication technologies and language and literacy development, education, culture, equity, and diversity.”

Any other blogroll […]

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