Do You Hear The People Sing
Are you coming to the Housing Work rehearsals with John and Hank Green on Monday, January 14th? If so, you have a shot at winning a pair of tickets to see them on Tuesday, January 15th at Carnegie Hall for “An Evening of Awesome” in celebration of the anniversary of THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. We will be giving away a pair of tickets to this SOLD OUT show at both the morning and afternoon rehearsals.
Hope to see you there!
Come to the rehearsals on Monday in NYC (UNLESS YOU ALREADY HAVE TIX TO CARNEGIE). It will be fun. $10, and all proceeds to Housing Works.
Nerd Fighteria!! So cool. Wish I could go.
You have to watch this video!
Tony Fadell, who designed the iPod and iPhone, on setting constraints, ignoring experts, and embracing self-doubt.
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I only watch Big Bang Theory once in a while, but when I saw this I thought of some of my favorite #education people.
So you know, how your nerves work – an animated explanation from TED-Ed.
Nerves are far more than wires, folks. It’s more than electricity. They’re electrochemical wonders that allow us to be the complex organisms that we are today.
An animation from TED about how nerves work.
Google is remoingg five services including iGoogle - Google Mini, Google Talk Chatback and Google video aren’t much of a surprise, however, I’ve helped teachers set up personalized iGoogle pages. They are using RSS without knowing it. I think that Google reader is overwhelming for the average teacher, so iGoogle will be a huge loss. With no comparable service, I’ll take them to Netvibes. That one is a mistake, although we have 16 months to migrate data.