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We're going to be talking to Angela Popplewell and JP Pullos from 100cameras to find out how you can better use photography to share the story of your event, your work, or your organization. No fancy camera required!

100cameras teaches kids to share their perspectives through photography and then turns their stories into sellable products that directly fund tangible change in their communities.

Send us your questions for 100cameras on Twitter using the hashtag #TeachTheWeb or on Discourse: http://ow.ly/JcaO1.

Teach The Web Talks are monthly webinars where we sit down with a community expert to discuss all things related to education and the web. Learn more: https://wiki.mozilla.org/MozillaWiki:Teach_the_Web_Talks
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Lol, +Shawn Orrange .... love it even more because I personally KNOW said ninja ;) I really need to follow your comic more diligently because I laugh every time I read it.
New comic up, and homage to my favorite tech support ninja Bill.
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Hi all! I have been a member of this community for a little while and am finally ready to start module one! I am currently in a non-traditional computer-based learning environment, and working on making it even more forward thinking then it already is. I am so excited to be among such inspired people and get hacking away here :)

So behind getting a prototype group together for Week 7! I really want to run something f2f... but it's a learning process and that's good. Just thought I would spend a moment venting here because you guys would understand! Lol.     Maybe I'll just do it with a smaller group then I originally envisioned.

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I have been wanting to put something in mentor mob and decided to use Lou Buran and Peter Kittle 's project structure as a learning process to figure out what kind of tools I would use if I implemented their project. I was a little stuck on day 3 - esp. with creating QR codes, I would like to explore a few different QR code generators to see how I could make use of them as a sharing tool. I think it would also be helpful to add some more info about getting involved with the community / networking with day 3.   I used a few things I liked already but a lot of stuff we've used the past few weeks and have been on the #Teachtheweb topics pages too. +Lou Buran and +Peter Kittle , I am sure you already have some ideas for more specifics related to your project... but I had a lot of fun playing with ideas for how I could teach it, and hoped maybe I'd throw one or two things that might be useful to you in there. I hope you don't mind!! It sounds like some great lessons. How many hours each of these Saturdays are you going to spend working on it? I think a lot of resources for students to explore in between Saturdays would really be helpful since you are working in limited time.

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A lot of you might have seen this already, on the stopwatching.us twitter, but I wanted to re-share because I think it is a really good place to start the discussion/ asks a lot of questions that need to be asked.    

I think as members of a digital community, her questioning whether we care is important, but also if there are people who don't care, why not? Is this another "bridging the gap" issue - are there too many people who don't care, and how do we help others see the value of digital privacy = physical privacy? is it too late for a greater society to decide Internet privacy is too important to ignore?

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