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The Wired Homeschool

Description: A weekly, topical podcast about using technology in your home school.

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Happy Easter

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No podcast this week due to Easter. I’ll have a new podcast for you next week about choosing the right tablet for your homeschool.

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What Should Homeschoolers Do About Heartbleed? – WHS 107

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On Monday April 7th, an announcement went out that there was a flaw in OpenSSL, a cryptographic library used to provide secure connections to servers. Basically, it allows a hacker to read the memory stored in a server and get sensitive information like your password...

How to Keep Using XP After End of Life – WHS106

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Next week on April 8th, Microsoft will release their final set of security updates for Windows XP. For most people this means having to stop using a computer that's still serviceable.

If you want to continue using your computer for a little while lo...

Where is Challenging Cosmos?

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I failed to mention here on the blog and in the podcast that Challenging Cosmos is now its own podcast. Follow @4thDayCosmos for updates and for more information about the new podcast. I'm hoping to have it listed in iTunes soon...

Diagnosing Slow Internet Speed & Challenging Cosmos Week 2 – WHS 105

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This week I provide some helpful information on diagnosing a slow Internet connection and talk with Jay Ryan about this week's episode of Cosmos.

Internet Too Slow

I often get asked about how people can speed up their Internet connection. To begin with, there is no software that can do this. If som...

XP No More and Challenging Cosmos Week 1 – WHS 104

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This is a super-sized episode of the podcast. It's over an hour long which is not normal for my podcasts.

To start with I talk about the impending end of support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Microsoft will no longer offer security updates for their Windows XP operating system. The way I see it y...

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