Good morning from the Free Technology for Teachers world headquarters in Greenwood, Maine. Happy Memorial Day weekend to all of my American friends and readers. I know that for some of you this week was the last week of school. I hope this weekend is the start of a great summer for you. For those of you who still have a bit of school year to go, I hope the long weekend recharges you for the home-stretch. I’m planning to recharge by going to go biking, paddling, and fishing with my dog this weekend. How do you recharge on a long weekend?
Before I head out for a weekend outdoors, I have this week’s list of the most popular posts of the week. If part of your weekend calls for some reading, please take a look at these posts.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. Learnist is Like Pinterest for Learning
2. Fun Weekend DIY Science & Tech Projects
3. My Favorite Online File Conversion Tool
4. Ask the Owls – Learn and Teach Online
5. Interactive Maps of Travel Routes Throughout the Roman Empire
6. 3D Views of Famous Landmarks
7. Create Animated Fake Facebook Profiles
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