The Philosophy of Facebook or, the real reason Facebook doesn’t care about privacy

December 31, 2010

Please check out EdgeLab Research Associate Kate Raynes-Goldie’s blog post The Philosophy of Facebook or, the real reason Facebook doesn’t care about privacy. Kate has really been driving the privacy agenda at the lab since she arrived, organizing the first privacy camp last june (see http://privacycampto.org/), and helping us with the upcoming one this spring. She’s […]

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Skype w Melanie working on a paper.

December 19, 2010

Skype w Melanie working on a paper., originally uploaded by jasonnolan. It is as natural and accurate a depiction you’ll ever see of me in the inner orange.

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iTots crave Apple’s new toy

December 4, 2010

iTots crave Apple’s new toy says that the iPad will change children’s culture. Our research is suggesting that it will change learning as well.

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Early Learning Centre uses cardboard to overcome physical and social barriers of child with special needs

December 3, 2010

Early Learning Centre uses cardboard to overcome physical and social barriers of child with special needs by Antoinette Mercurio, talks about adaptive design work done by Edge Lab members. Three-and-a-half-year-old Zoe Ross has improved her mobility by leaps and bounds after using adaptive design, customized equipment for children with disabilities, in Ryerson’s Early Learning Centre.

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