The Week in Review – Thank You Guest Bloggers

Good morning from Greenwood, Maine where it is snowing again! This week started out with some excellent guest posts from folks who filled in for me while I was off on my annual ice fishing and snowmobiling trip on Moosehead Lake. Judging by the comments and the traffic, the guest posts were well received. Thank you to my guest bloggers.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. How Many Minimum Wage Hours Does It Take to Survive?
2. Using Class DoJo to Motivate Students
3. Programming Is Not Just for Programmers
4. Use Strikingly to Create Beautiful Webpages
5. Create Animated Videos With Wideo
6. It’s Official, Posterous Is Shutting Down – Get Your Data Now
7. You Can Never Be the Expert In Your Own Backyard

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