I haven’t been able to describe what I do since I left the classroom. “I teach math” was easy, and nothing in the twenty years since has been that simple to summarize. But since the last post, by way of apology, here is where I’ve been: Saturday (4/12), San Francisco (Leadership 3.0), Sunday, Orange Co. CA (DEN event), Sat (4/19), Fontana (DEN), Sat (4/26), Charlotte, NC (Day of Discovery), Sunday, St. Michaels, MD, Fri/Sat (5/3), New York (BOCES), Baltimore (CTE), Washington (Congress on Content), and Long Beach (TechForum) (5/9). The Tech Saturday for the Gifted Association was moved to next Saturday in LA. Lots of travel and people. Of course, I love it. I got to speak to more than a thousand educators. Here’s what I learned: Oovoo.com: Site for 6-way live video chat. Free download (thanks, Bob!). Schools can get Direct TV for free..(thanks Paul!). Piclens.com is a great Google image display resource (thanks, Brian). Jott lets you Twit from your cellphone, and translates word to text! (thanks, Alan). And I found Alan’s twit on tweetscan.com. Yes, you can search for your own name. Some fun!