Week in Review – The Most Popular Posts

Good evening from Greenwood, Maine where the rain has finally stopped. I hope you’re all enjoying the weekend. This week I re-ran some of the most popular posts of 2013 so far. Because I re-ran some posts I thought about not writing a week in review this week, but I’m publishing one because I know that many of you use it as a way to quickly catch up on the week’s posts.

Here are this week’s most popular posts:
1. MindMup – A Mind Mapping Tool That Saves to Google Drive
2. Fair Use, Copyright, and Educational Blogging
3. Digg Reader – Another New Google Reader Alternative
4. Create Video Quizzes With Blubbr
5. Instagram, Food, and Regional Differences
6. 76 Ways To Use Haiku Deck
7. Studies of iPad Use In Education

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