Good evening from Woodstock, Maine where it definitely feels like winter tonight. Between the snow flurries and the earlier sunset there is no denying that the winter weather is here. I hope that all of you had a great weekend and feel ready for the new week ahead. As I do every weekend, I’ve put together a short list of the most popular posts of the previous week.
Here are the most popular posts of the week:
1. The Pit and the Pendulum Rap
2. A Short Guide to Using Google Books for Research
3. Packrati.us Lets You Tweet and Bookmark Simultaneously
4. 5 Fantastic Apps for Digital Storytelling on iPads
5. Form+ Adds More Flexibility to Your Google Forms
6. How to Create Google Scholar Alerts
7. Wikispaces Adds GeoGebraTube to Their Widget Library
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