For the last decade, the SWCP Portal has been delivering the latest news about Southwest Cyberport, handy tips on Internet use, articles on how it actually works, and timely information on online events and trends and what they will mean for all of us. Here’s an archive of more recent issues with a list of their headlines. Try clicking on the bold blue words in the text to open the original source webpage.
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Smart Things, Dumb Reasons
New Computers for Everyone
Welcome to the World Bazaar
Look to the Skies This Summer
Web 3.0 is Coming... Someday
Taming the Wild, Wild Web 2
Last minute online shopping
Immortality and the Internet
All about FaceBook
Crowdsourcing and online mobs
Online learning and private email
Was the OPM Hack the worst ever?
The Robots are taking over!
Beware of Pop-up Survey Scams
Burn after Reading: a safe way to message
And the Robots are learning
The Robots are coming
- and have been for some time
What lies ahead for the Internet?
10 Tips For Safe Cybershopping.
The Terror of Being Put on the No-Fly List
Uneven, Short Lifespans
of Digital Storage Media
Delays in Digital learning and more on the dangers of Free Wifi
Dangers of Free Wifi,
and also The Secret Life of Spam
The Need for Netiquette – Do’s and Don’ts of Online Politeness
Storm Clouds Ahead? Potentials and the possible down sides to Cloud Computing
Filling the Need for Speed – DSL deserts around town, and ways to get high speed access
“Free” email may not be so free after all.
Better to pay, even a little.
New tools make web-publishing faster and easier
NSA's surveillance of the Internet.
It's meeting time with the first Albuquerque Tech Fiesta and WordCamp.
Computers in education,
MOOCs defined and considered,
and tech events coming up
Tips for getting the most out of Tech Support,
and a WordCamp 2013 announcement.
Summer Screening – lots of links to summer fun.
Can the Internet ever be tamed?
We explore the Wild Wild Web nature of the Internet.
Cloud Computing explained with benefits (and risks).