Daily Archives: October 1, 2009

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LA Virtual Conference Events

LA Virtual Conference Events

Louisiana is getting ready for several upcoming events.  October is a fright-FULL month of activities with Regional TLTC Conferences and the Virtual Conference.  Check here for TLTC information and here for VC information.  Be sure to join the VC online or at an in-person event.  The lineup this year is great and the benefits from investing the time to

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What is Rotoball?

That’s exactly what I wanted to know when I read Kris Fontes’ post.  Now that I know I am hooked. Rotoball is a black ball that transforms into something different for each person who comes into contact with it. The process is simple; each animation must be exactly 15 seconds long. The animation can be

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Wichita Day of Discovery

On October 24 the Kansas DEN Leadership Council will be hosting a Day of Discovery in conjunction with the Virtual Conference at Brooks Middle School in Wichita, KS.We’ll start registration at 8:00 and kick-off the event at 8:30. Sessions will be about an hour long each with lunch provided. The day will feature special presentations

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Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 10/01/2009

Google Image Result for http://www.edutecher.net/link_images/audiopal.jpg Tags: no_tag eduTecher – a non profit web resource Tags: no_tag Web 2.0 On Mobile Web 2.0 on Mobile, Web 2.0 services based around the concept of a two-way information flow, and the empowering of individuals to create and publish their own content and information through blogs, wikis, video sharing,

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'Ardi,' Oldest Human Ancestor, Unveiled

Exciting news today from Discovery, Science Magazine, and amazing group of scientist:  The world’s oldest and most complete skeleton of a potential human ancestor — named “Ardi,” short for Ardipithecus ramidus — has been unveiled by an international team of 47 researchers. They have dedicated a website to the find (http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/ardipithecus/ardipithecus.html), which includes an interactive

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Happy Birthday Hall!

A little birdy told us that it just happens to be Hall’s birthday today.  It wouldn’t be polite for me to say how old he is, but let’s just say it falls somewhere in between 59 and 61! Please join me in wishing him a very happy birthday…  and let’s have a little fun while

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