Twitter is a cool technology tool, but it has a lot of bad things. One of those bad things is the ease with which one can spread misinformation. Twitter should build in source links as a native feature to tweets to help promote better sourcing and reduce the viral spread of fake news. Twitter should … Continue reading #FreeIdeas for Twitter — Build in Sources as a Native Feature for Tweets
1. Computer Science Education 2. Distributed Work 3. Cryptocurrency/Blockchain These are three of the trends I think will continue to really emerge in the next five years. They are already here — but mostly all on the fringes, even if they have received some attention. 1. Computer Science Education We’re all in on this one at CodeHS — the top … Continue reading My Top Three 5–10 Year Trends of 2017
What is the blog? We have a blog at codinginthewild.com which shares the amazing applications of coding and computer science across industries. The goal of the blog is to create a great resource for students and teachers in middle school and high school to understand how the skills they are learning can be applied in the real world. … Continue reading Contributing to the Coding in the Wild Blog
What is Net Neutrality, Why it’s Important, and What Could Happen if it’s Repealed Water, Electricity, Internet It’s time to choose your monthly water bill! Would you like to buy the kitchen sink package? That’s $10/month. The shower package? That’s $15/month. The 3-sink-combo package? That’s $20/month. Luckily that is not how you pay for your water … Continue reading What’s Going on With Net Neutrality?