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Pearl the stuff you like

Pearl the stuff you like
Pearls can be created in several ways: Pearltrees has extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer that make it easy to create pearls while you are browsing the web. Using the extension for your browser you can put any content you wish to keep directly into your dropzone or anywhere else in your account with only two clicks. The extensions for Firefox or Internet Explorer: They have 3 buttons: Pearl: It turns the web page you are reading into a pearl In: It lets you choose in which pearltree you want to put the page you are reading. Reveal: One click and you will go directly into your account. Also, with Firefox you can “right click” any link and then add content directly to your Pearltrees account from right within the context menu. The extension for Chrome: It only has one button, but enables you to do the exact same things: If you use Safari or Opera, Pearltrees has a bookmarklet that works in the same way. Create pearls with Facebook and Twitter From the links you tweet!

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Flipped-Learning Toolkit: 5 Steps for Formative Assessment Editor's Note: This post was co-authored by Aaron Sams, Managing Director of and founding member of the Flipped Learning Network. If you flip your class, you might be able to rid yourself of the bane of many teachers: grading papers late at night. Since the flipped classroom model moves teachers away from the "front of the room," they have more time to interact with students and implement a wide variety of instructional strategies -- including formative assessment. 5 Steps to Check for Mastery One formative assessment strategy has the side benefit of not taking papers home to grade. This strategy, called a mastery check, has five specific steps: What's a team? A team within Pearltrees is a group of people who have come together to collaboratively curate a common interest. When you want to join a team, just click on the “team up” button to send a request. As soon as your request has been accepted, you’ll be able to curate the pearltree with the other team members. Each member can add and organize the pearls and pearltrees of the team. Each member can also decide to accept or invite other members to expand the team.

PS Brushes & PSP tubes | 3D Valley The Photoshop brushes and PSP tubes below are created originally by or for unless mentioned otherwise, and are free for personal and non-commercial use. You are not allowed to redistribute these downloads in any form. Click on the thumb to see a preview of the complete brush set Click on the download link below the thumb to save the brush set on your PC Basic Course » English » Understand Quran Academy <div class="no-js-alert">Please enable JavaScript to view this website.</div> Select a page English Understand Quran Academy > Courses > Basic Course > English Latest Blog Articles

Pearltrees wants you to broadcast web content A new version of Pearltrees is now live for eager social curators on the 'Net. As TG Daily previously reported, Pearltrees embeds a significant amount of supplemental information related to a post in a way that is easy to navigate, while giving users a chance to preview content in a more comprehensive manner. "Obviously, it would be pretty difficult to find all of this content in any reasonable amount of time using Google or another search tool," Pearltrees rep Oliver Starr told TG Daily. According to Starr, beta 0.8.4. includes three new features which enable curators to "massively broadcast" their content throughout the web by: Connecting Twitter and Facebook accounts - Allows users to broadcast links they pearl and pearltrees they create.Crowd-sourcing - Share content on nearly any topic, as users simply pick pearltrees curated by others.

Utah Teapot - Definition The Utah teapot is a 3D model which has become a standard reference object (and something of an in joke) in the computer graphics community. It is a simple, round, solid, partially concave mathematical model of an ordinary teapot. The Utah teapot

pearltrees » Pearltrees goes to “the Next Web” in Amsterdam Today, tomorow and the day after Tomorow, Patrice Lamothe, pearltrees’ CEO will attend the “next web conference”. Such conferences are always interesting to get the big picture of what is happening on the world-wide-web, to meet some great people that lead ideas, thoughts, start-ups… to sum up it is a meeting with the web industry. It is now really important for pearltrees to take its sits in the industry.

How to customise your book in iMovie After exporting your book as a video, you might need to make a couple of custom edits. Let’s look at how to do this in the iMovie app. Watch the video or read the tutorial below. Linear CSS Gradients that ANY Browser Can See | Web Design Dev In the past, if you wanted to have an HTML entity to have a gradient background you created in image of a gradient and displayed it in the entity using the background-image attribute in CSS. With the evolution of browsers and CSS/HTML, this is no longer the case. In this tutorial we will learn how to use CSS to add a linear gradient to the background of entities. The Setup

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