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LUCIAN DUMA

Top 10 web tools #googlereader alternative to save favorite blogs - 0 views

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    I also work to a list Top 100 google reader alternative where everyone can propose new tools / apss who can replace google reader for web / ipad and I will share this list on my blog in 2 weeks http://list.ly/list/5Kl-top-100-web-tools-ipad-apps-who-can-replace-googlereader-follow-web20education .
Eric G. Young

All My Faves - Vote for the Best Sites of 2012 - 0 views

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    AllMyFaves.com is a homepage provider with which some of you may be familiar. The site organizes and curates website links into visually-oriented categories - encompassing everything from craft sites to webcam chat sites. It then displays them on a nicely pre-configured - or, if you wish, user-configured - ayout. I can tell you AMF makes an excellent, easy to use homepage - particularly if you are a visual person and need to be able to "see" your bookmarks rather than just have a list or collection of folders. I also like the great diversity of categories the site provides in organizing websites, and have found many sites and resources using AMF that I would not otherwise have found - including many helpful educational sites, writing sites and so on. That's why I think AMF is a potentially "cool tool for educators" to consider. In addition to this system, AMF provides "Weekly Faves." These are generally 10 weekly "faves" - i.e., new websites of particular interest. There is also at least one mobile app "fave." At the end of the year, users are invited to vote on further curated list of runner-ups if you will for the best new sites/services of the year. The voting for this year's "best of" ends today, so if you want to vote on the runner ups listed, go to the link I provided and cast your "likes" as votes. Once winners are announced, I will list them here.
Cara Whitehead

February: Black History Month - 0 views

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    February is Black History Month. Here's a word list to add to your lesson plans! This list can be used to play all of the games and activities on our site. http://www.spellingcity.com/view-spelling-list.html?listId=2851114
HB Arif

5000 Business Listing Sites in USA - 0 views

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    Online Local business listing sites in the USA. is a place to help you find a business listing site the USA, throughout the US All-State.
Cara Whitehead

Monthly Holiday Lists | Articles - 0 views

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    Monthly Holiday lists include popular holidays for each month plus other lists associated with each month. http://bit.ly/b56bh9
Van Weringh

"Stuff you should know" podcast, amazing collection of podcasts about everything - 0 views

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    Challenge: If you DON"T find a podcast in this lists that interests you, I'll give you a big bar of chocolate which you can then enjoy, because you obviously don't enjoy much else..... that's how long and good this lists of podcasts is....
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    Challenge: If you DON"T find a podcast in this lists that interests you, I'll give you a big bar of chocolate which you can then enjoy, because you obviously don't enjoy much else..... that's how long and good this lists of podcasts is! ;-)
makemoney07

How to Make Money While Still a Teenager - Make lots of money - 0 views

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    It's never too early to start earning and saving for the future. Not only will this help us become more responsible, it will also give us a hefty amount of life experience for when we're ready to engage in the adult working world. With that being said, here are a few ways on how you can make money while still a teenager. Sell Art If you're the creative type, you can definitely make use of your talents and skills. There are several websites that could help you set up commissions where you can get paid by drawing what the client requires. Research what clients are looking for. While there is a fairly wide variety of styles a client may require you to draw, there are certain standards to be met when engaging with one. Go ahead and do your research as to what kind of art do most clients need. This can vary from posters, flyers, logo design, character design, backgrounds so on and so forth. Build an impressive portfolio. You've done your research now it's time for you to look at your strengths and create a remarkable portfolio based on that and what your clientele might need. Put out your best work, make it diverse and play by your strengths! Set a price list. Before executing anything, research is extremely important. Go ahead and research about how you should price your work. Despite being a teenager, you shouldn't sell your art for a meager amount of money. Understandably, you do not have as much experience as big-name artists nor have you gotten a degree in art but work is work and bills need to get paid! Compare quality, compare prices and price your art accordingly. Look for websites that cater to artists. There are plenty of websites that cater to artists and plenty of ways to sell your art. For example, DeviantArt has a market open for artists who take in commissions for original characters or art based on shows, comics and/or books. Society6 allows you to draw show-based art and put them on different merchandises s
HB Arif

400 live google map citations local business listing by Arifulislam958 - 0 views

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    Fiverr freelancer will provide Local Listings services and 400 live google map citations local business Listing including Directory Submission within 2 days
HB Arif

500 live local seo citations google maps business listing by Arifulislam958 - 0 views

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    Fiverr freelancer will provide Local Listings services and 500 live local seo citations google maps business Listing including Directory Submission within 2 days
Amanda Smith

Suggested Summer Reading Lists for Elementary Students - 0 views

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    Here you can find a list of reading material for elementary students. These books can all be found at your local library, at a bookstore, or on amazon. Keep your kids engaged and excited about reading over summer break! Use this suggested summer reading list for elementary students.
Cara Whitehead

Literature Based Word Lists | Articles - 0 views

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    Literature-based word lists for all grade levels (kindergarten through high school). http://bit.ly/9uMY66
Greg O'Connor

10 Good iPad pps for Learnign English ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 0 views

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    While I was working on yesterday's post " A List of Great iPad Apps for Summer Learning " It dawned on me to curate a List of iPad apps to learn English. Summer is probably the ideal time to train your vocal cords and get them attuned to another linguistic system different than yours. Learning a language is a process that entails a lot of dedication and commitment. However, now with the advance in web technologies and mobile apps , learning a new language has become a less rigorous task and a more enjoyable endeavor.
Greg O'Connor

60 Best Websites To Download Free ePub and PDF EBooks | Rural & Distance Education NSW - 0 views

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    "As schools seek to use digital books knowing where to find the book you are looking for is critically important. Here is a complete list of all the eBooks directories and search engine on the web provided recently by  www.geckoandfly.com. Gaining legal access to free books will benefit those on a tight budget. "The list compiled below is not the place for links to sites hosting illegal copyrighted content such as torrent! They are collected from various Wikipedia articles, eBook seller websites like Kobo, Nook, Google eBook Store, Amazon eBook, Self publishing authors, public domain books with expired copyright and Universities website, thus most eBooks are classical. Public domain books are more often than not published 30 to 50 years ago where the copyright has expired.""
Cara Whitehead

SpellingCity for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

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    VocabularySpellingCity is a fun way to learn spelling and vocabulary words by playing engaging learning games using any word list. The most popular activities are Spelling TestMe, HangMouse, and our vocabulary games, available to Premium Members. The most popular word lists are Sound Alikes, Compound Words, Hunger Games and SAT Words. This is a free app!
Teach Hub

Cool Google Tools for Teachers - 2 views

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    We all know Google will do searches, mail, calendars, images and tons more stuff, but I got really excited when I came across a list on Twitter with all the Google Tools and Apps, listed A-Z. There are so many great resources for educators and students. It was so helpful, I have done several workshops for our district on the lesser known Google tools that can play big roles in the classroom and plan to do several more. Check out this video of all this video presentation of my favorite cool tools!
makemoney07

How to Earn Money in the Food and Liquor Industry - make-lots-of-money - 0 views

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    Food is one of the staples and guilty pleasures in life that no one is willing to forego. It's simple yet exciting and there's always something for anyone. If you're into cooking, bartending or waiting, then here are a few things you could do to earn some cash from it! Cook We know what you're thinking - "that's pretty vague and broad" but what if we told you there is a way where you can experiment with your own dishes, or bring your own twist to an already existing dish, upload it to a website and get cash for it? Register Go to kitchensurfing.com and register for an account. Kitchensurfing is a website that allows you to upload your own recipes or your personal take on an existing one so people can try it out and you can get paid for it. Prepare your recipes. Once you've registered, you can go right ahead and start uploading your recipes. Make sure to prepare something you absolutely love and take mouthwatering photos of your dish to get more attention and interest! Get Paid. As simple as that, once traffic starts coming on to your account and people start taking interest in the food you produce, you get paid for how many people have tried your dish and actually liked it! Continue producing more interesting food and you're sure to be earning a bit of extra cash on the side while doing something you absolutely enjoy. Cater Waiter Catering services are always in need of waiters to take to weddings and other formal events and you can take advantage of this by becoming one of them! Look for ads. Surely, many companies in need of wait-staff put up advertisements to receive applications. Go ahead and search for job listings for catering wait staff in different credible websites where people can post their listings. If you personally know someone hiring wait-staff for their catering service then that's better! Apply. Of course, you will need to apply for these ads, provide them with a resume c
Colleen Young

A Collection on "Web 2.0 Directories" - 0 views

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    List of Web2.0 directories - recently updated
Cara Whitehead

List Sharing - SpellingCity.com - 0 views

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    Word lists from textbook series
Cara Whitehead

Back to School - 0 views

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    Great word list and free online games for the first week of school
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