Homeschooled Weirdoes And The Culture Of Conformity –
DC Administrator Expects Good Schools "Sometime in the Next 10 or 20 Years" – Ugh. Homeschool soap box here…
If something isn't working for you kid, you can change it now. Immediately. You don't even have to wait 10 or 20 minutes.
Why America Is So Obsessed with Florida (man)? – Keep Flarda weird.
Soon you’ll be able to Cast tabs from Chrome without an extension – Yaaaaas
All the OK Google commands. Or at least a lot of them. –
Strength Contests from the WWII Era – AoM – Do this kind of stuff daily with a friendly neighbor if you can, and toughen up.
You can’t kill email – This is way more depressing than the articles I read claiming we are headed for a political and financial meltdown.
The End Game Of Bubble Finance – I think they may have at least one more bubble in them.
Make The Data Center The New Telco – Yammer just announced they are dropping SMS notifications. Maybe a way to hack that back together?
Tumblr Is Not What You Think – Bam. And, as always, what should be general knowledge for months is just now being reported.
10 Classic Books You Read in High School You Should Reread – I only read six of these the first time around. Good to know there's good stuff while I wait for Winds of Winter.
Senselessness of school math – "Life came first. Then we invented math as a way to describe life. Teaching math out of the context of what it's describing is like teaching a foreign grammar and vocabulary without ever hearing or using the language."
8 More PowerPoint Train Wrecks – I went to a great 2 day coaching clinic last weekend. About 10 minutes of the 2 days included the use of PowerPoint. Coincidence?
In Search Of Clark Griswold’s House – You have to check every single light individually.
Carbonhagen Meltdown – LOL! “…riots, madness, styrofoam cups, people eating meat, real fur coats, CFC-laden hairspray cans, it’s crazy.”
45 Free Online Computer Science Courses | – Street Fighting Mathematics? I’m in.
In pictures: Zambia’s leading lady in the ring – My buddy I.B. sent me this. He’s an Indian guy who grew up in Zambia and has a British accent. He also wrote the first code editor I’m aware of that allowed you to highlight and comment a complete block of code.
With U.S. Opportunities Dim, Expats Return Home – That’s a relief. Now we don’t have to worry about them taking our jobs. Oh…wait a minute…