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Web Programming and Design / Forum software choice.
« on: March 28, 2011, 08:43:44 pm »
So as the topic says, I was wondering whats your guys choice of forum software, that is *free*. For the few that know, i have a domain that's sitting, and I've been wanting to do something with it for awhile. Ive been debating between SMF or phpbb. Currently I've set-up a test forum using SMF, I like it, but since i don't know a ton about forum software at all, What would you suggest? Specifically for Admin and ease of use. If i need to be more clear, typing this up during class.. Thanks in advance.

Other / Canada- Get ready for less Internets
« on: February 01, 2011, 04:37:15 pm »
Well, I dont know if this has been posted around here yet, or if anyone has heard. But Canada ISP's are going to start charging *alot* more per byte of data and lower the bandwith caps trying to gouge the consumers to pay more money for less internet.
I also found this picture more than fitting. Kinda puts it into perspective..
You can read more about it here:
I hope this gets stopped. If you live in Canada, sign the first link.

Miscellaneous / First Amendment Pros and Cons
« on: September 12, 2010, 10:18:14 pm »
Soo I got assigned a debate paper for one of my classes and I need ideas/ opinions. On what to do. Im posting the scoring guide, just cause its easier to show you what i need to do. And no IM NOT ASKING ANYONE TO DO THIS FOR ME, before anyone asks i just want some ideas to go off of cause im literally stuck.

Support one's own ethical stance.

Read both the instructions for Performance Assessment Strategy #2: Debate Script: The First Amendment and the New York Times article "American Exception: Unlike Others, US Defends Freedom to Offend in Speech."

Debate Script: The First Amendment
1.   Developed two specific examples for first "Pro" argument   
2.   Developed two specific examples for second "Pro" argument.   
3.   Developed two specific examples for first "Con" argument   
4.   Developed two specific examples for second "Con" argument   
5.   Developed rationale for your defending or not defending First Amendment "right" to hate speech.  This question will be answered individually.   
6.   Cited all sources/Bibliography    
8.   Submitted well edited work that is, overall, free of spelling, grammatical, and sentencing errors.
No full sentences-this is Power Point   

Any Ideas and opinons would be very much appreciated. Im including some links i fond at the bottom of this post as-well.

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