Monthly Archives: January 2009

What I read 01/31/2009

January 31, 2009 Comments Off on What I read 01/31/2009

YouTube – Her Morning Elegance / Oren Lavie tags: no_tag Complete this sentence: “Spark was taped before a live…” | Spark | CBC Radio tags: no_tag Too Many Online Friends? Time to Delete – NYTimes.com tags: no_tag Photosynth tags: no_tag ... Read More »

What I read 01/30/2009

January 30, 2009 Comments Off on What I read 01/30/2009

YouTube – 3 Guys Play One Guitar And Create An Awesome Song Apparently, lack of budget shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your dreams of becoming a band – three guys sharing one guitar to play bass, drums & lead simultaneously. ... Read More »

What I read 01/29/2009

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Anand Agarawala demos his BumpTop desktop | Video on TED.com A very cool demonstration of a new paradigm in desktop interfaces, mimicking a real-world desk setup. Physics supplies the needed animations. tags: agarawala, bumptop, 3d, desktop, gui BackNoise.com A simple, ... Read More »

What I read 01/28/2009

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YouTube – Best Of Nissan Outdoor Games : The Red Helmet Very cool inspirational video of a boy who dreams what a helmet can do to help him overcome his fear of water. tags: helmet, inspirational, video, film, sports, extreme ... Read More »

What I read 01/27/2009

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SexTech Summary Complete study on teens and young adults using mms and IM to send sexually suggestive materials and their attitudes towards the practice. tags: sex, teens, online, safety, survey, findings, results, pdf 3D Obama A 3D punch-out of Obama ... Read More »

What I read 01/25/2009

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YouTube – Idea new ad on ‘Education for all’ A remarkable ad from IDEA which ably demonstrates the paradigm-breaking effect that technology could have on education, given the chance. tags: youtube, ad, advertisement, education, innovation Posted from Diigo. The rest ... Read More »

DIY PD

January 24, 2009 Comments Off on DIY PD

I’m no expert when it comes to educational technology.  I’ll be first in line to admit that.  However, I do have an interest in technology (evident to anyone who’s ever talked to me for more than 7.5 minutes), and that ... Read More »

What I read 01/24/2009

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dy/dan » Blog Archive » Contest: My Annual Report II Dan’s contest for a year’s worth of data, aggregated graphically – I have a couple of ideas. tags: graph, math, data African Immigration to Europe – The Big Picture – ... Read More »

Holiness

January 24, 2009 Comments Off on Holiness

We see people as good or bad because we measure them against other people. When measured against the holiness of God, who can think that any of us would be seen as good? It’s only under the cover of Christ’s ... Read More »

What I read 01/23/2009

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J! Archive An online archive of every Jeopardy game televised, with questions and answers for each show. Awesome! tags: trivia, jeopardy, reference, education, quiz, cchs-general Girls’ math skills now equal boys’ – Education- msnbc.com Big new study shows no difference ... Read More »

What I read 01/22/2009

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Visible Body | 3D Human Anatomy A fully interactive model of the human body in 3d. Manipulatable to see every system. Very cool! tags: science, anatomy, biology, body, 3d, health, education, cchs-science How to Embed Almost Anything in your Website ... Read More »

What I read 01/21/2009

January 21, 2009 Comments Off on What I read 01/21/2009

Google For Educators A series of posters designed for educators that explain various features of Google’s search abilities… tags: google, posters, education, reference, howto, resources, cchs-general Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here Read More »