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a cli app that reminds you to move around every once in a while!install npm install -g sike what is sike? sike is a node cli tool that alerts you at set intervals, a set duration or a set time to get up and be active for a few minutes with command line messages and the triggering of system sounds.(99+) Google in EducationThis group does not have a welcome message. Welcome to the Google in Education community. This is a place to connect and share with other educators about Google’s product offerings in education.
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What You Need to Know About MOOCs - TechnologyWe'll be updating this page regularly.Please check back for updates. Call it the year of the mega-class. Colleges and professors have rushed to try a new form of online teaching known as MOOCs—short for "massive open online courses." The courses raise questions about the future of teaching, the value of a degree, and the effect technology will have on how colleges operate. Struggling to make sense of it all? On this page you’ll find highlights from The Chronicle's coverage of MOOCs.
Writing Rails-flavored AngularJSWhen I think about Ruby on Rails and AngularJS in the same codebase, I kind of cringe. After spending more than a year trying to reconcile how Rails plays with Angular, not only have I been unsuccessful, but I have not been satisfied with any of the suggested solutions. There is a ton of material on the numerous Rails hacks you should employ so that Rails and AngularJS feel compatible; however, I’m beginning to wonder whether this problem is being approached from the wrong direction. Instead, how can we hack AngularJS so that it plays nice with Rails?