Monthly Archives: October 2007

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Discovery Connect Webinar with Mr. Wizard IV

Join us on November 6, 2007 at 11 AM (EST) for a Discovery Connect webinar featuring Steven “Jake” Jacobs (aka Mr. Wizard IV). Jake’s mission in life is to make science fun and engaging for teachers and students. During this Discovery Connect, Mr. Wizard will lead us through an entertaining, interactive experience that will make

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Discovery Connect Webinar with Mr. Wizard IV

Join us on November 6, 2007 at 11 AM (EST) for a Discovery Connect webinar featuring Steven “Jake” Jacobs (aka Mr. Wizard IV). Jake’s mission in life is to make science fun and engaging for teachers and students. During this Discovery Connect, Mr. Wizard will lead us through an entertaining, interactive experience that will make

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Rockin’ and Rollin’ Tonight in Northern CA

Fortunately this wasn’t the next “big one” that everyone speculates about, nor as powerful as the 1989 Loma Prieta quake, but the ground certainly shook tonight. Centered about 5 miles north east of Alum Rock, CA (close to San Jose, CA) on the Calaveras Fault, a 5.6 earthquake rolled through the south bay at 8:05pm.

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Rockin' and Rollin' Tonight in Northern CA

Fortunately this wasn’t the next “big one” that everyone speculates about, nor as powerful as the 1989 Loma Prieta quake, but the ground certainly shook tonight. Centered about 5 miles north east of Alum Rock, CA (close to San Jose, CA) on the Calaveras Fault, a 5.6 earthquake rolled through the south bay at 8:05pm.

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A little northern exposure for the DEN

Last week I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Alaska to help get the Anchorage School District started with Discovery Education One Place and streaming. I am still processing the overall experience and really don’t know what my favorite part of the trip was because everything was incredible. As you can see, the view

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Web based Second Life? Yeah, but…

When I first heard about MoveableLife.net  I thought it had to be too good to be true.  I mean, Second Life in a browser?  C’mon… No way.  I mean, we all know that Second Life is pretty processor intensive.  Not as much as many games, but running it from within a web browser?  No way!

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Web based Second Life? Yeah, but…

When I first heard about MoveableLife.net  I thought it had to be too good to be true.  I mean, Second Life in a browser?  C’mon… No way.  I mean, we all know that Second Life is pretty processor intensive.  Not as much as many games, but running it from within a web browser?  No way!

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