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Techlearning > > 21st Century Skills: Will Our Students Be Prepared? > October 15, 2003

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Mobile & Wireless. October 15, 2003. 21st Century Tools: Recognizing that "technology is, and will continue to be, a driving force in workplaces, communities, and personal lives in the 21st century," Learning for the 21st Century emphasizes the importance of incorporating information and communication technologies into education from the elementary grades up. My students just had a film festival last week that over 500 community folks attended.

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Text Messages Sent by Cellphone Finally Catch On in U.S. - WSJ.com

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She says running her "wireless ministry" by cellphone is more discreet and efficient than using email. billion a year earlier and 253 million in December 2001, according to CTIA-The Wireless Association. Verizon Wireless reports that its subscribers sent more than 10 billion text messages in 2004 -- more than three times the number in 2003. wireless carriers, now offers unlimited text messaging for $10 a month. August 11, 2005. DOW JONES REPRINTS.

Technology for Small Business

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From building business to getting a straight answer, social networking sites offer up a wide-ranging community. He starts every work day by browsing through several categories of LinkedIn Answers, looking for information that will help him run his two businesses (KKT Interactive designs websites and Flamboro Canada Systems hosts them; Mr. Rudnick is also on the board of his local business improvement association and is interested in wireless technologies as part of one of its projects).

Mobile Marketing Goes To The Dogs

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He kindly agreed to share his latest article about mobile marketing with Diva Marketing 's community. The principal watch dog for abuses in mobile advertising is the Federal Trade Commission, working under the 2003 CAN-SPAM Act. While CAN-SPAM was initially focused on the glut of spam email messages flooding computers, Section 14 of the Act specifically bans companies from sending unsolicited commercial text messages to cellular phones.