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I thought it would be helpful to actually, you know, learn a bit about where smartphones started, what they're doing right now, and where they're heading.
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People honor and celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for many reasons, but most importantly, for his role in working to achieve race equality in America.
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From the first known school (in the year 2000 BC) to the Apple iPad and beyond, it's all in this interactive history of education timeline.
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If you're looking for a free and useful tool to help bring history to life, Google has you covered. The search giant has been making big strides into education lately and classrooms around the world are benefiting.
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If you're a Facebook user, you've likely heard of the relatively new design for your profile page. But if you oversee a brand / org page (say, for your classroom or school) then you should know that your page is going to be pushed into the new Timeline mode at the end of the month.
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Are you creative? Do you want a brand new Apple TV? Want your work to be seen by many other educators and administrators? Then enter our contest to design our new Facebook Timeline Cover!
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Whether you’re in the 99%, the 1%, or attempting to ignore the issue altogether, Occupy Wall Street is a pretty enormous–and now international–movement.
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If you're a regular on Twitter, you've probably noticed something: there's a lot of people there. In fact, more than 100 million accounts were open in 2010 alone. Might explain why #edchat keeps getting better and b...