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    Windows 8 Developer Preview on RM Slate Overview


    Please note that this article is in no way supposed to be an authoritative guide, just a quick look at how things functions and any new or changed features I come across. As this isn’t even a beta expect many things to change as time rolls on as well.

    Introduction
    I think it would be fair to say that many of us have been waiting with baited breath for this first glimpse of Windows 8, and for me to see this version running on a tablet has been a revelation, but there are some things that need to be pointed out. It is in no way a finished, or even a beta version. This preview is, I suspect, solely designed to allow developers to get to grips with the new Metro interface and begin to develop apps for ...
    by Published on 15th September 2011 01:43 PM
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    Because I have a background of being involved in discussions around data protection I sometimes get a prod about online storage and web 2.0 tools. Over the last 6 months I have had quite a few over online storage options, but I have never really stuck down on (electronic) paper what my concerns are and why I have them. There are a few concerns I have, some centre around ownership of files and data, some around data protection and some around management of the tools. ...
    by Published on 12th September 2011 11:33 AM
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    Schools have come a long way since 1999 when the first roll out of the NGfL (National Grid for Learning) funded networks began to hit schools. Mainly provided by the likes of Research Machines and Viglen these often consisted of 1 server and a classroom’s worth of desktop computers. ...
    by Published on 5th September 2011 11:53 AM
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    We will be closing applications to this round of the EduGeek User Panel on Friday evening. If you would like to join the EduGeek User Panel all you need do is click here and submit a post to apply.

    Info about the Panel:
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    by Published on 16th August 2011 11:47 AM
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    EduGeek is looking to put together a user panel made up of you, our users. The goal of the panel is to try and ensure all the upcoming tweaks/changes to the site are actually to the benefit of all. The panel will also be asked questions about colour schemes and general thoughts on the future features to try and make sure we are heading down the correct path with EduGeek. Some of these ideas will go to public poll too if they are big issues but initially the panel will be able to give first thoughts.
    While on the panel you will also get early access to new features for comment as well as site layout changes.
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    For those that are not aware, EduGeek has a UK education IT jobs forum thats free for schools/universities to list jobs on!
    On the left side you should see a list of recent jobs but if you would like to be notified daily you can simply click here then select Daily Notifications then each day when new jobs are posted you will get an email with links to them all. ...
    by Published on 15th August 2011 01:09 PM
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    It appears Google just bought the mobile arm of Motorola for $12.5 billion!
    Yahoo is reporting that the agreement is paying a premium of 63% per share over the price they were trading at on Friday. ...

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