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I Was Born Too Late – NYS Now Using Google Apps

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I’ve been using everything Google now for the past 5 years. Gmail, Chrome, Docs, Notebook, Reader, ect, ect… Now NYS is going to be using Google Apps in the classroom. Essentially I was born too late! :) But check out the video and check out all the cool stuff you can do with Google Apps. Everything is free! Note: Google notebooks is no longer updated by Google but is still one of my favorite online tools for taking notes. Essentially Google…

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A Young Person’s Guide to the Constitution

Ok, I found this youtube video incredibly informative and just had to repost it. I have been incredibly busy lately at the expense of my blog but I’ll get back to posting regularly very soon. Summer is almost over…

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What Adults Can Learn From Kids

Now here is a video that is incredibly impressive! Not only is this 10 yr old girl a child prodigy but an excellent public speaker with some interesting points of view. Don’t watch this or you just might learn…

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“Imagine Leadership” by xPlane

Nitin Nohria and Amanda Pepper of Harvard Business School‘s Leadership Initiative collaborated with XPLANE to create this video in order to generate a discussion of the value and importance of leadership to address some of society’s most pressing problems.…

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What I’m Reading This Sunday Morning:

The Millennials: Confident. Connected. Open to Change. Here is a topic I explore quite frequently here on my blog, the differences between Generations X, Y and the Millennial’s. Looks like the Pew Research Center is also doing an in depth…

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Shuttle Rollout

OK, so I have a little bit of Trekkie in me but I’ve always enjoyed the more boring aspects of the Space Shuttle, like how do they position the Shuttle onto the launchpad? The? 7 hour, 3.4-mile trip began at 6:38 a.m. and…