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SMS Education: Poll Everywhere Is Making the Mobile Pop Quiz More Affordable Over 40% of students text during class and 80% say they've never been caught. That sounds like a bit of a quandary for teachers, but not for much longer: Teachers can now hijack students' cell phones for educational purposes, including testing, homework assignments, quizzes, and more. Poll Everywhere, which specializes in instant audience feedback via text messaging, and Mobile Messenger, a technology solutions group that partners with carriers, have partnered to develop affordable, educational SMS programs. Instead of barking at students to put their phones away, teacher can instead ask them to whip out the phones for a flash quiz during class.
Expression Web SuperPreview The proliferation of rich interactive web applications across the cloud and mobile devices continues to create new opportunities for creative design and development. As these technologies evolve, Microsoft is committed to providing best-in-class tools for building modern applications. In support of these industry trends Microsoft is consolidating our lead design and development offerings — Expression and Visual Studio — to offer all of our customers a unified solution that brings together the best of Web and modern development patterns. Blend will continue to ship as a standalone tool with Visual Studio 2012, as part of a consolidated designer/developer offering. Blend for Visual Studio 2012 provides a rich design-centric environment for building Windows Store apps and Windows Phone apps.
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Poll Everywhere Poll Everywhere is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company, founded in April 2007  is an online service for classroom response and audience response systems. Poll Everywhere's product allows audiences and classrooms in over 100 countries to use mobile phones, thereby "plotting the obsolescence" of proprietary hardware response devices otherwise known as clickers. PHP App Engine Apps and File System Concepts If you’re new to App Engine, then the file system model may be a bit different from what you might have experienced using other hosts. With an App Engine application, you cannot write to the file-system where your application is deployed. Your application can read any files from the deployed directory structure, but it can’t write to that file-system. Instead, the application can use Google Cloud Storage (GCS) for both reading and writing files.