I’ve made some updates to the digital dialog wiki today, including a separate page for filtering options listing solutions which are network based, client computer based, and those which provide filtered Internet search engine results. This wiki project is FAR from complete, but as I emailed current members of the Digital Dialog Ning I’m hoping to devote more time on a regular basis to developing these resources for educators and parents in 2008. Feel free to join the digital dialog wiki and contribute your own resources and links, as well as the Digital Dialog Ning! 🙂


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Many thanks to Kevin Jarrett and David Burt for sharing links and resources today via blog comments related to my post on OpenDNS.

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