Nelson Mandela has always felt most at ease around children, and in some ways his greatest deprivation was that he spent 27 years without hearing a baby cry or holding a child's hand. Last month, when I visited Mandela in Johannesburg — a frailer, foggier Mandela than the one I used to know — his first instinct was to spread his arms to my two boys. Within seconds they were hugging the friendly old man who asked them what sports they liked to play and what they'd had for breakfast.
Posted by Cameron Hocking on Monday, September 17th 2012
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Description Take charge of your recurring household tasks with HomeRoutines.
Pull all your music and videos together in one place Since Miro can play almost any audio and video format, you'll see all of your stuff in one place. Just 'Watch' your media folders and your music and video will show up in Miro (without moving or duplicating the files)-- and when anything is added to these folders it will also appear (don't worry, Miro won't duplicate or move the files).
Leveraging Place Based Mobile Games for Language Learning
I have been using Google Docs for a couple of years now and each time I discover a new way to use it in education I would say that this is the last tip I did not know but always proved wrong. There are always more and more to learn and in fact the moment you think you have learned it all is the moment you start to loose it all.
NetSpeedMonitor is a lightweight Network Monitoring Toolbar for your Windows Taskbar designed to be used on computers that run Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista or Windows 7. With NetSpeedMonitor you can monitor the current speed (up- and downstream) of your Network Interfaces and the amount of data transferred. In addition to the Connection Table with all TCP/UDP endpoints and the Toolbar Tooltip with a quick and short traffic overview, you can also see detailed daily and monthly Traffic Statistics.
I just learned today of a neat way to make a movie out of your Facebook Timeline.
Whether you use a Mac or a Windows PC, you’re still using the same internet.
In a press event in San Francisco, Facebook Director of Platform Products Carl Sjogreen announced further extension of the Open Graph, which will now allow developers to build a variety of apps that let users add anything they want directly to their timelines .