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Alan Mackenzie
Specialist adviser for and . Common sense advice without the scaremongering. Using technology as a tool to empower, not prevent.
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Alan Mackenzie 7h
You get a mention in all my talks, schools and conferences, it’s a great resource 👍
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Alan Mackenzie 11h
Lawsuit challenging Facebook’s facial recognition system moves forward
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Alan Mackenzie 13h
A great read John 👍
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Alan Mackenzie 22h
Meet the people who see nearly everything we post online
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Alan Mackenzie 22h
Enjoy, it’s really calming and amazingly quick progress 👍
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Alan Mackenzie 23h
A very simple, well written and fun book
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Alan Mackenzie 23h
Interesting read - Quitting Twitter helped me learn to be an adult again
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Alan Mackenzie 24h
In an attempt to reduce my ‘digital’ time I’m learning to draw, here’s day 1 to day 3 progression, loving it 👍
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Alan Mackenzie 24h
Hacker trades 272 million passwords for social media likes
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Alan Mackenzie 24h
New Apple app launches in Britain that pays people to get fit
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Alan Mackenzie 24h
Happy birthday Traci 🍹🎉🎂
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Privacy Matters May 5
Used Opera to visit 10 domains & browse a few articles. It resulted in 1308 blocked ads. Wow.
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Alan Mackenzie May 5
… progressive knowledge and understanding, as in building knowledge.
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Alan Mackenzie May 5
… statutory safeguarding requirements, and including gaps in knowledge of staff, looking for …
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Alan Mackenzie May 5
Sorry Luke, don’t know of a specific TNA, I think a pragmatic approach is best covering the …
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Alan Mackenzie May 5
Looking good Russ, sucking in or a pouting selfie? 😄
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Alan Mackenzie May 4
Great post as ever Wayne 👍
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Mark Anderson May 4
Beginner’s Guide to YouTube for teachers (the crib sheet)
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Alan Mackenzie May 4
Fantastic 👍
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Alan Mackenzie May 3
haha very good 😉
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