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Otomata 16 Jul 2011 Click on the grid below to add cells, click on cells to change their direction, and press play to listen to your music. Update: Click here to get Otomata for your iPhone / iPod / iPad! Official facebook page: Street View, Then & Now: New York City's Fifth Avenue With this public domain remix, you can compare the photos from the 1911 Fifth Avenue from Start to Finish collection with 2015's Google Street View. Use your keyboard's arrow keys, click on the markers on the map, or use the controls on the screen to move up and down Fifth Avenue. This website works best with Chrome or Safari. From The New York Public Library Digital Collections: Fifth Avenue, the street that became the social and cultural spine of New York's elite, first appeared on the Commissioners' Map of 1811.

Funny And Interesting Google Google is best known as search engine. But it is more than a search engine, it plays prank with us, celebrate birthdays, affected by gravity and much more. It is totally like a emotional and funny robot which can search solution for any possible problems with you in seconds. So, Here we have collected some funny and interesting searches by which Google makes itself more than a search engine. Do a barrel roll The Keyword ‘Do a barrel roll’ rotate the result page around it’s own axis.

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TetraBox Light by Ed Chew Liquid to Light Designer Ed Chew takes a green step in the right direction with the TetraBox lamp, a light object made from discarded drink packets that would have otherwise ended up in landfills already packed to the brim. The design is achieved by unfolding the packets and refolding them into hexagonal and pentagonal sections that are then pieced together to form a geodesic sphere or any other desired shape. Project-Based Learning Leads to Innovation - Global Learning The number one question I am asked is what teaching for the global innovation age looks like. My colleague Lisa Tyrrell offers a glimpse at promising practices. By Lisa Tyrrell At the recent Deeper Learning Conference at High Tech High in San Diego, keynote speaker Dr. Tony Wagner spoke about the importance of preparing students for the innovation economy.

classroom practice April 19, 2014 How Should Learning Teams Choose Essential Outcomes?How Should Learning Teams Choose Essential Outcomes? by Bill Ferriter One of the questions that I'm often asked in #atplc workshops is, "How should our learning team identify the essential and nonessential standards in our curriculum?" Teachers Are Awesome: This Physics Teacher Gives Students a Memorable Lesson About the Meaning of Life Ever have one of those teachers that made a tangible impact on you not just because their instruction was so amazing that you completely fell in love with the subject, but because they imparted unforgettable life lessons? Jeffrey Wright, a physics teacher at Kentucky's Louisville Male High School who's profiled in the above New York Times-produced video, is one such educator. The video was released just before the New Year, so if you missed it during all the hustle and bustle, you'll want to give it a view. You'll see that Wright's an incredible instructor—the passion he has for the subject, will make you wish he'd been your physics teacher, too—but, as he told the Times, "When you start talking about physics, you start to wonder, "What is the purpose of it all?'" Students started asking him "those ultimate questions," says Wright, "I wanted them to look at their life in a little different way—as opposed to just through the laws of physics—and give themselves more purpose in life."

A Quick Look into the Science of Time It turns out Doctor Who was right: “Timey-wimey” is, indeed, a bit “wibbly-wobbly.” Scientists have confirmed, several times, that the speed at which time passes is both variable and malleable. We can speed it up. We can slow it down. In fact, you do so every day without knowing it.

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