Greetings from Maine where my dog (Morrison) and I are getting ready for some canoeing and fishing this afternoon. I hope that all of you have equally fun plans for the long weekend. Before we head out for fun in the sun Morrison and I sat down to review the most popular posts of the week.
Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. 7 Apps Students Can Use to Never Lose Handwritten Notes Again
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4. Just Another Reason I Love Chrome…
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6. Spelling City for iPad and iPhone
7. Videos – Neil Armstrong and the Moon
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