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Jerry Swiatek

Stock Footage for Free - Completely free Stock video clips - 0 views

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    Completely free stock footage. Simply register and download free stock footage instantly. No fees, no catch, unlimited downloads.
Fred Delventhal

Photo laboratory (Photl.com) - Free Stock Photo / photl.com - 1 views

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    Photo laboratory photl.com is the owner and distributor of the largest collection of exclusive free photos (Free Stock Photo Images) of high resolution for commercial purposes. All the photo images are subject to extended license on usage (Extended Royalty Free). They are absolutely free and are intended to be used in commercial activity.
Professional Learning Board

Children's Books 40% - 60% Off Until Monday - 8 views

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    Books are a great gift and now is the perfect time for parents and teachers to stock up with Internet only special sale pricing discounts for their family or school. Whether you have pre-readers, beginning readers or advanced readers, you will find a broad selection of age and skill appropriate learning-based books from which to select that children love. Search for educational books (fiction, classics and non-fiction) by age, topics, Accelerated Reader, popularity and more… stock up for your students, children, friends, relatives and classroom. Teenage boys love reading with the new Conspiracy 365 series (12 books in 12 months).
Jeff Johnson

Wolfram|Alpha: a new way to find data online? - SciTechBlog - CNN.com Blogs - 0 views

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    Say you're an investor and you want to see how two companies are faring against each other on the market. You could type in "IBM versus Apple" and Wolfram|Alpha will generate graphs and tables to compare the stocks over time. It also give you the Web-based sources used to generate the data, so you know where the numbers are coming from. The site also solves equations and shows the steps it took to do so, which will be of interest to high school students and math majors. Not into number crunching? If you live near the coast, you could type in "tides in ____" and find charts of tidal and lunar information. You could also graph that against other cities, which would be cool if you're a surfer. The site is also interesting for academic queries. Type in "Internet users in Africa" and you'll get the total number of Web users there - 51 million - as well as lists of the number of users by country plus graphs of this information. If you're in the fisheries business, or if you're an environmentalist, you could type in "fish produced in Italy versus France" to get an idea of how that sector is faring. The answer includes specifics, like how much of the fish crop was farmed versus what was captured. Such data could be used to argue policy points or to debate whether or not certain industries are sustainable.
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