Here at Ning, we’re celebrating Safer Internet Day, an annual occasion organized by Insafe to promote safe and responsible use of the Internet. Originating from the European Union four years ago, it’s now celebrated globally by organizations in more than 60 countries today. This year’s theme revolves around our virtual lives: “It’s more than a game, it’s your life.”
Knol Stuff is a network dedicated to Google’s Knol. A knol is an authoritative article about a specific topic. Sounds simple, right? Obviously, Google has much more up its sleeve than that, which you can read about here. Ultimately, it’s about authorship, sharing information and collaboration – all topped off with the sweet perk of generating revenue.
UK Youth Online is a network for exploring how youth work and professionals in informal education can support young people in an ever more digital world. To clarify, “informal education” is education that takes place outside of the classroom — in after-school programs, community-based organizations, museums, libraries, at home or what have you.
Yeah, you have kids now, but who says that you have to stop your chic lifestyle or your kids have to look sloppy and unkempt? You now have a one-stop spot to stay in the loop at The Posh Parent — a chic parent guide to everyday fabulousness!
Posh parents can all relate over their addiction to email, blogger role models and just having too much to do. If you’re looking for some cute new threads for your little ones, check out The Posh Parent’s fabulous sponsors. There are a variety of societies you can join including Posh Southern Mamas and Posh Boutique Mamas.
Be Your Art is a place where artists can learn, contribute, and network about the business of art — or simply be their art. Acting as a hub of practical resources and information for starving artists, the goal is to “help artists understand the demands of the business world while still allowing them to pursue their dreams without compromising them.”