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Jaime Kaufhold                 Lucky you!  You’ve probably been subject, at some point in your life, to a standard test of Intelligence Quotient (or I.Q.). This sort of test is, generally speaking, a measure of the ratio between your mental age to your chronological age. READ MORE >>

There is much debate about poverty, the poor and how to solve the ills of the human condition. Much of the discussion is about who and what is responsible for the condition and who should repair the damage and how. Thomas Sowell has long been a favorite of mine ... he has said the following. READ MORE >>

I’m tired of the rhetoric. I’m exhausted from the conversation. I’m so over the “ethical debate”. If a teacher creates something of value and wants to sell it to another teacher, they should not only be allowed to do so, but also encouraged to do so. READ MORE >>

"A Cloud-Based Expansion to The Memory Storage of Your Brain"  by Paul Sokol.  If you don’t know what Evernote is, the core idea is a cloud-based Note system. Think like sticky notes, but digital and they can be accessed from almost any device that has an internet connection. READ MORE >>

It has been three weeks now since my last post in The Educational Web Tools section. However, I have saved several titles to include in today's post and I hope you will find them useful in your plans to integrate technology into education. READ MORE >>

  In a recent interview done with the Wall Street Journal, they hit on a wide range of topics: discount programs disguised as loyalty programs; the experiment in human nature that we call Panera Cares; the opportunities and challenges that come with taking a suburban brand i... READ MORE >>

· · The 7 Keys to Unlocking Your Inner Greatness by Lewis Howes    Who's your favorite childhood superhero?    Captain America?    Superman?    Wonder Woman?       Mine was Wolverine from X-Men. READ MORE >>

The Man Who Made Dreams Come True By Alex Green Browsing the newsstand at the local airport, I picked up a copy of National Geographic Adventure. It wasn't the splashy colors or the teasers on the cover that caught my attention. It was the magazine's tagline: Dream it. Plan it. Do it. READ MORE >>

Good News By Bedros Keuilian All too often we forget what we should remember and we remember what we should forget. It's officially 2013, and whether you hit your goals for 2012 or you missed them by a mile - forget them. If you did hit your goals in 2012, that's great, but it's not going to do you a lot of good in 2013. READ MORE >>

By Leo Babauta Your lives are always busy, I'm sure, but the holidays always seem to add even more craziness to everyone's schedule. Christmas parties with family, friends and co-workers, gift shopping, decorating, Christmas pageants, caroling, bell-ringing, snow shoveling (unless you live on Guam like I do), making cookies, baking turkeys, and all the rest. READ MORE >>

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