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6 ways to delete yourself from the internet

Finally ready to get off the grid? It's not quite as simple as it should be, but here are a few easy-to-follow steps that should point you in the right direction.<p>If you're reading this, it's highly likely your personal information is available to the public. And by "public" I mean everyone …

Internet

Back To School: Technology That's Elementary

<i>This is a post in Back To School, an ongoing series where ReadWrite covers technology trends in education for parents and educators.</i><p>In many communities around the North America, parents and students are beginning the annual rite of passage of preparing for school. As early as this week, school …

Preparing for Cultural Diversity: Resources for Teachers

Resources for Multicultural Classrooms (Teaching Tolerance): Produced by The Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance’s classroom resources …

Teaching

7 Key Ingredients in the successful 21st Century Classroom

Every modern school should have at least 4 things in technology or take off the modern and just call yourself a school:<p><b>a STEM Lab.</b><p>If you want to make …

Modifying The Dollhouse: Exposing Girls To Tech Through Play

Two recent Stanford graduates are trying to get more girls interested in technology — by embedding it in dollhouses.<p>The founders of Roominate, Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen, took the concept of building toys for girls to a whole new level by adding wires and generators.<p>What was originally meant to …

7 Educational Vine Posts for Babies

Vine's six-second videos are long enough to teach a life skill without delving into the boring details.<p>This list of educational Vine videos will …

Marvel's Newest Plot Teaser Asked Seriously Awkward Questions

Sometimes being vague is a good thing. And sometimes it makes it seem like you're trying to tell fans you gave them herpes.

Marvel Entertainment

Collages of Superheroes & Villains Made From Recycled Comic Books

Austin, Texas artist Mike Alcantara of ComicCollageArt has made a fantastic collection of collages depicting well-known superheroes and villains from …

Comic Books

Mystery Bug Builds Fence Around Eggs

Have you ever seen anything like this? Chemical ecologist Troy Alexander, doing research in the Peruvian Amazon, found what appears to be an insect …

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The 21 Worst Food Ideas Ever

From Crystal Pepsi to Sylvester Stallone pudding, see the odd concoctions we could have done without.<p>It was a good summer for foodies. Between the …

WIRED Space Photo of the Day 2013 | WIRED

Jan. 19, 2014: Solar X-Flare<p>The largest sunspot group of the solar cycle unleashed a large (X1.2 class) flare just when it was facing right towards …

5 of the Fiercest One-Liners in History

Finding the right words when detonating an atomic bomb or sacrificing one's life for friendship came easy for these people.<p>1. Lawrence Oates before …

Did Life on Earth Come From Mars?

Two scientists present new data on great cosmic questions.<p><b>Did life begin on Mars and then travel to Earth for its blossoming?</b><p><b>A long-debated and often-dismissed theory known as "panspermia" got new life in the past week, as two scientists separately proposed that early Earth lacked some chemicals</b> …

This Weird Tiny Frog Hears With Its Mouth

"Talk directly into my mouth, please."<p>The Gardiner's Seychelles frog is one of the smallest amphibians in the world, measuring less than half an inch long. But their extreme tininess isn't the only curious thing about them. As a new study shows, this species of frog has no eardrum and no middle …

Primes are like Weeds (PNT) - Numberphile

The Science of Hyperloop

Despite bad press, Udacity founder says he’s found the ‘magic formula’ for online education

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: mtkang<p>It hasn’t been a great few months for massive open online classes (or MOOCs), particularly those offered by the …