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Here's is a demonstration of someone tapping into a maple tree.
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Check out this Forbes article on how some believe Twitter can actually help your writing skills. Although I'm not sure if I agree that it can make anyone a better writer, I can see the author's point of view. I actually do tend to ramble a lot and use way too many run-on sentences when I write. With the 140 character-limit, I can see how this can help you compress your thoughts into short and concise sentences. In high school our essays always had to be a certa...
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Oh, paradise. The only worry I would have here would be watching out for coconuts falling down.
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Today's post on the SMM series will be on ways to get more out of Twitter. Instead of spending so much time on the site, not really sure what you should be doing, use these tips to make the most out of your Twitter account.
I especially like tip #2, which is: "Follow at least 10 new people every week. When you do, unfollow people who aren't adding to your online learning and growth. This culling will help you build a truly powerful Twitter stream and Personal Learning Network." I actually started to do this w...
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As I was looking for High Five ideas, I came across 2 additional articles I wanted to share with you guys.
First, is a fun Edudemic infographic about What Your Handwriting Says About You. Not really sure how accurate this can be, but apparently some of the traits my handwriting tells me I have are that I'm adaptable, skeptical of others, hard to read, good with commitment, and open to new experiences. I don't think all of those are true, and I think I usually write the way I do because I like certain letter...
Fiberio is a touchscreen tabletop device that provides secure user authentication using fingerprints. This means that the device can be placed anywhere from malls to classrooms, and people are able to access their private documents without having to go home or haul their laptops around. Is it weird to access your documents in public? Should people stick to carrying around their iPads? What do you think about this new device, and how can it be used in the classroom?