It looks like it’s going to be another beautiful weekend in Maine (have I mentioned that I love living here?) and hopefully it’s equally nice wherever you are.
Here are the seven most popular items of the last week:
1. How to Put a Video Editor on Your School’s Website
2. Five Ways Students Can Build Multimedia Timelines
3. Google Wave Opens to Everyone – Now It’s Useful
4. Goofram – Google and Wolfram Alpha Side by Side
5. Edistorm – Collaborative Brainstorming With Stickies
6. Free Webinar – Creating Websites for Elite Educators
7. Smart Tutor – Elementary Math and Reading Activities
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