YouTube – AlgoRythmics’s Channel
YouTube sorting channel by folk dancing. Demonstrates Shell, Selection, and Bubble Sorts.
Cynical-C | Folk Dances Used to Illustrate Sorting Algorithms
A YouTube channel dedicated to folk dancing and sorting algorithms. The video above is a shell-sort with Hungarian folk dance.
Feedmyapp – Your Daily Web 2.0 Sites Dose
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Scientific Network | ResearchGate
ResearchGate is the professional network for scientists
Over 900,000 scientists from 192 countries have already joined.
US Police Increasingly Peeping at E-mail, Instant Messages – PCWorld
Law enforcement organizations are making tens of thousands of requests for private electronic information from companies such as Sprint, Facebook and AOL, but few detailed statistics are available, according to a privacy researcher.
Stop Chasing the Wrong Priorities | BNET
In a fast-changing world, where industries are being overturned, the only certainty is doing what you believe in. You may not succeed–you could even fail miserably– but at least you would be able to look at yourself in the mirror and say, “Oh, what the heck, at least I tried.”
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Brain Food: Realistic Lateral Thinking Puzzles
Lateral Thinking Puzzles, unlike most puzzles, are inexact. In a sense, they are a hybrid between puzzles and storytelling. In each puzzle, some clues to a scenario are given, but the clues don’t tell the full story. Your job is to fill in the details and complete the story. Obviously, there is usually more than one answer to any given puzzle, but, in general, only one solution is truly satisfying.
Soundtrckr: geosocial internet radio
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The Test Generation
What happens in the classroom when a state begins to evaluate all teachers, at every grade level, based on how well they “grow” their students’ test scores? Colorado is about to find out.
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