I’ve taken the plunge and migrated my blog to the new ‘beta’ from Blogger. Apparently everything is stored in a database now, so all changes are reflected instantly - no ‘rebuild’ step when posting or modifying the template.
Posts can also now have labels, which should help me to categorise things.
Hopefully everything continues to work how it used to. Let me know if something has broken.
Internet safety for kids - Online resources
Here are some of the resources mentioned in the “Internet Safety for Kids” talk:
- www.perverted-justice.com - monitor chat rooms and work with police
- Advanced Research and Intelligence presentation - Data mining training course (unsure if this is still publicly available)
- www.livewwwires.com - Make the MISSING game
- www.netSmartz.org - Videos of victims and their experiences, also “Tracking Teresa”
- www.netalert.net.au - Australian resources for parents and teachers, including family contract
- www.cybersmartkids.com.au - Australian site for kids, teens/young people
- www.packet-level.com/kids - the original presentation, audio and printed versions.
Other related links:
- Australian Federal Police Online Child Sex Exploitation Team
- Australian Communications and Media Authority
- South Australian Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935 - Plain text (ASCII) (446 KB ) or Rich Text Format (RTF) (2,664 KB )
"Internet safety for kids" presentation for parents
I’m presenting a talk on Internet Safety for Kids on behalf of UCount Support Services at the Aberfoyle Uniting Church (42 Sunnymeade Dr, Aberfoyle Park) at 8pm on Monday, 4th September.
I’ve posted a separate [list of links to online resources]/2006/09/internet-safety-for-kids-online.html). I’ll try to keep that list updated as required.