Monday, May 17, 2010

It is important to follow the netiquette guidelines when using the internet because if you don't your computer can mess is can keep you on the safe side.  One of the biggest problem is people using the internet for the wrong things.

Years ago, parents worried about their kids getting beat up by the school bully. Today’s parents also worry about cyber bullying. Many parents are in the dark when it comes to their kids and the Internet. There are so many social networks that kids use for communicating that it makes it difficult for parents to keep track of their activity.

Friday, March 26, 2010

I do think that this is a concern at campus high school that is why they wont let us use our phone in school. If you think about it this can be a little danger using your phone walking down the hall you can trip and fall because you are looking at your phone  texting.

Monday, March 22, 2010

I think that people change technology because people come out with new technology every year. Technology is getting better and better because of people. People change technology everyday.

Monday, March 15, 2010

The tags are helpful because you can get to your saved work faster and it help you save your favorite websites

Thursday, March 11, 2010

I was on a website and it had at the bottom of the page something that said cast your own opinion and that's how u know if a website is credible websites or not

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

I don't think that students should be able to use their cell phone in class because they will not do their work they will be texting in class and they will not listen to the teachers. Grades would fall and that is not good for students.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

I don't think that the HSPA is a fair test because it is a lot of smart people that do not test well but they are very smart in class and do all there work. A lot of people study but went they get in front of the test they forget a lot that they study. Some people that dont do no work in class pass the HSPA because they test well.