The Next Generation in Family History Services | youwho
Family tree service – currently in private beta.
ThinkUp: Social Media Insights Platform
ThinkUp is a free, open source web application that captures your posts, tweets, replies, retweets, friends, followers and links on social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
Utopic – Get the hottest trends from your friends
Browse the most popular links, videos, music, movies & events, shared and liked by your friends.
Slideshow Maker, Free Online Slideshows, Edit Photos
Create Amazing Slideshows, Edit Photos, then Share!
Interactive Writing Tools
This is where Interactive Writing Tools come in. As I teacher, I have found that these low tech, Internet-based writing tools inspire the most reluctant writers while enabling the most gifted writers to really stretch their imaginations. More importantly, these writing sites will help you to build students’ critical thinking skills which are necessary for effective writing.
Home – Water Planet Challenge
Join EarthEcho’s Water Planet Challenge to improve the health of the environment in your community and around the world.
Sophia :: Welcome
Sophia is the perfect place for anyone to share what they know. Whether an educator, tutor, professor, parent or subject expert, Sophia makes it easy to share your knowledge and make it available to anyone, anywhere, at anytime.
Virtual Field Trip-What’s the Difference-Moon Math
The Virtual Field Trip is an immersive multimedia application developed to support student and user exploration of areas on Earth that have been identified as analog sites to regions on Mars.
Lazarus Tutorial – Lazarus wiki
Lazarus is a free and open source development tool for the Free Pascal compiler, which is also free and open source. The Lazarus IDE (screenshot) is a stable and feature rich programming environment for creating standalone graphical and console applications. Lazarus currently runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Win32 and provides a customizable source editor and visual form creation environment along with a package manager, debugger and complete GUI integration with the Free Pascal compiler.
Wow, the detail in the artwork here is incredible
The Birdseye View – The Baby Hawks Are Here! – TIME
Thanks to clearer video, infrared sensors for better nighttime viewing, and the tendency of hatchlings to stay put while mom or dad sallies forth to find food, webcams trained on bird nests are a lot more fun to watch than they were even a few years ago.
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