Daily Archives: October 17, 2012

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We’re Under A Lot Of Pressure At Discovery Education

Air pressure that is! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be safely vacuum-sealed? Or maybe how much does air weigh that is pushing on our bodies? Recently Patti Duncan, with Discovery Education, demonstrated these air pressure principles and more during a Live Stream event in Orange County, NC with a group

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MyPhysicsLab – Free Physics Simulations

    MyPhysicsLab is a free site that contains, you guessed it, physics lab simulations. They are simple and created in Java, but illustrate the physics concept quite well. They are organized into topics: springs, pendulums, combinations, collisions, roller coasters, molecules. There is also a section that explains how they work and the math/physics/programming behind creating

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Any.do popular to-do app adds 12 new languages – still free

    Any.do is a very popular, free, to-do list app for Android, iOS and Chrome. It has now added 12 new languages and is available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Swedish, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Chinese (simplified & traditional) & Russian.   This makes this highly popular task app even better.     What’s nice about Any.do is that

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The Thirteenth Podcast

Unlucky 13th? I don’t think so. Even with Halloween around the corner. It’s been a while since Steve and I podcasted but we made time even though Steve was driving. Forgive the few times where his audio gets wonky but enjoy our chat about the upcoming Virtcon. Listen, share it, retweet it and more importantly

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Musuem Makers LC Event in Florida on 10/19

If you are in the Kissimmee, Florida area, you might want to check out this LC Event, organized by Debbie Bohanan. Have you ever visited a museum and wished there was more information on the topic?  If so, Museum Makers is the workshop for you.  We are going to start our day with a tour

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