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Andrew Caffrey 8h
The Chromebook App Hub is live! Filled with idea sparks from teachers about using web based apps in their lessons.
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DHH 11h
"My son died here", said the father of one of Facebook's content moderators. What an absolutely deplorable working environment 😞
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Stephen King 4h
On June 19th, 1999 I got hit by a van while taking a walk. As I lay unconscious in the hospital, the docs debated amputating my right leg and decided it could stay, on a trial basis. I got better. Every day of the 20 years since has been a gift.
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Teacher Librarian Linda 23h
I love this graphic reminder about how librarians can support inquiry research process. Never under estimate the power of your librarian 👍
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Esther Schindler Jun 18
My husband is reviewing job applicants; they're hiring someone who'd report to him. Note: If your resume includes, "Goal Orientated," you're going to have a hard time getting interviews.
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Phil Shapiro 1h
If you play your cards right, you can own a Core i5 Linux laptop, with 16 GB of RAM, for about $200. The HDMI output from this laptop -- drives a 4K monitor (or 1440p or 1080p monitor). When you spend less on your operating system, you have more money for hardware.
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Theresa Ducassoux 9 Apr 18
I am excited to share a post I wrote with ! We would love some feedback
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S. Vaughan-Nichols 3h
Open Invention Network, the Linux-based patent non-aggression community, exceeds 3,000 licensees via & Much of Linux's success is owed to the OIN freeing it of the threat of patent trolls.
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Christine Hall 4h
If cities play their cards right, connected cities should be able to lower local taxes, or fund some worthwhile projects that are currently out-of-reach: Tech Giants Join Linux Foundation's Connected-Cities Efforts
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Phil Shapiro Jun 16
I've decided to set up a basement home gym -- with a fluffy pillow, a snug comforter, and a comfortable bed. Wait a second -- that's not a home gym at all.
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Phil Shapiro 4h
Replying to @Real_Toons
That's a very wonderful drawing, Davian. Thanks! Curious to hear the tools you used to draw it. Adobe Illustrator? Inkscape? Drawing tablet?
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Davian Chester 9h
So I noticed didn't create a doodle for . So I decided to help out.
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Brett Bigham OR State Teacher of the Year 5h
This summer I make $1400 teaching summer school. My student loan payments are nearly $1000 a month. The Dept of Ed Student Loan people once said: "You should quit teaching and get a job that pays better."
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Matthew MacDonald 4h
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Ms. Jachymiak 5h
My first episode is up. This is just a super short podcast episode that explains my goals, but it is the beginning to hopefully an amazing journey.
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ABC News 9h
Ta-Nehisi Coates criticizes Mitch McConnell over his comments on reparations: "For a century after the Civil War black people were subjected to a relentless campaign of terror, a campaign that extended well into the lifetime of Majority leader McConnell"
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Kyle Griffin 7h
Ta-Nehisi Coates on McConnell's reparations remarks: "We grant that Mr. McConnell was not alive for Appomattox, but he was alive for the electrocution of George Stinney. He was alive for the blinding of Isaac Woodward. He was alive to witness kleptocracy in his native Alabama."
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Phil Shapiro 22h
Facebook announces new ethics training for all current and on-boarding employees -- to take place once every four years for about fifteen minutes or so. Voluntary.
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𝙳𝚘𝚞𝚐 𝙻𝚎𝚟𝚒𝚗 11h
This post has apparently lost me some followers. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Do the research; take a stand.
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jason kirkwood 11h
Joy Harjo Becomes The First Native American U.S. Poet Laureate -
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