|Re: Schools Prohibit Personal E-mail Sites|
|Fred Atkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sat, 11 Jun 2005 02:45:48 GMT
On 6 Jun 2005 09:34:28 -0400, email@example.com (Scott Dorsey) wrote:|
> Yes, I think that restricting web access at school and some workplaces
> There are other work environments where blocking any traffic is a very
> "C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
I agree with you that Web blocking is a necessary thing in the school
The state of Georgia blocks 2600.com in their colleges. I can
On 6 Jun 2005 06:58:28 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> You must remember that the contents of libraries have always been
So, then you are saying that they should remove ham radio books from
> For younger readers, books are selected appropriate to their reading
No argument there.
> A second consideration is book quality. There are lots and lots of
This is true. But there are a number of well known ham radio books
> Lastly, some common sense is applied. Should a children's or school
I agree with you there, especially in light of Columbine. But how
> As to the Internet: There is a great deal of mis-information out
There has been misinformation in publications since the beginning of
>> Sorry to come down on you this hard, but limiting student access to
> As mentioned, student "access" is already quite limited in many ways.
So, we justify limiting them to things that could be beneficial to
Sorry, I don't think so.
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