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February 6, 2010:

Meet Marko, the 9-year-old systems engineer (1 Comment)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 12:16 AM

Marko Calasan, a 9-year-old from Macedonia, is more than just a kid who's into computers. At age 6, he got his first systems administrator credential from Microsoft and, last month, he became perhaps the youngest Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. "I must say that from the technological point of view, Marko is definitely a wonder child," […]

January 21, 2010:

Schooling: The hidden agenda (a speech by Daniel Quinn) (3 Comments)Posted in: Site Updates by SoulRiser @ 10:32 AM

New article added to the articles section: Schooling: The hidden agenda. It's a speech Daniel Quinn (author of Ishmael) gave at a home-schooling/unschooling conference. For those of you with short attention spans, here are some snippets I found interesting. I've even bolded some parts so if you have very SEVERE attention span issues, you can […]

December 18, 2009:

The Number of Disheartened Teachers is on the Rise (No Comments)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 11:08 AM

An article featured in Education Week reports the findings of a study showing that 2 out of every 5 teachers are “disheartened” by their jobs. This was a nationwide study of teachers called “Teaching for a Living: How Teachers See the Profession Today.” The study of the Teacher Community is taking a closer look at […]

November 26, 2009:

Leaving a Vulgar Comment Online Might Cost You Your Job (No Comments)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 9:25 PM

A backlash against anonymous commenters and trolls seems to be underway. Only last month, a court case was settled where anonymous commenters ended up having to pay big fines to the women who they defiled using vulgar, derogatory remarks on an internet forum. And previously, an anonymous blogger in the modeling industry was forced to […]

October 15, 2009:

Ten Teen Entrepreneurs To Watch (No Comments)Posted in: News by SoulRiser @ 1:12 AM

Kids these days. It seems like they’re writing HTML before they learn how to talk. And a lot of them are starting companies before they graduate from high school. Here’s a list of some of our favorite teen entrepreneurs. And please keep in mind that there are lots of startups we’ve yet to hear about. […]

September 27, 2009:

In Recession, Optimistic College Graduates Turn Down Jobs (4 Comments)Posted in: News by StylizedCarfan1 @ 3:46 PM

It has been two months since Diana Parsons graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a liberal arts degree that cost about $100,000, and she has still not found a full-time job. She has returned to Milwaukee, where she is living with her parents and occasionally waiting tables at a restaurant owned by a friend […]

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