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April 9th, 2008

finished with my presentation on internet safety at the Weatherford, OK library - now watching an FTC video about identity theft…

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enroute to Weatherford, OK - lots of flooding by Yukon

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Don’t forget to tune in to Sue Water’s Ustream broadcast at 8:30 pm US Central tonight from Perth! http://www.ustream.tv/su…

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@petrock whoa, that is a topic to invite lots of discussion for sure. I think life begins at conception. So the law should acknowledge that.

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@tom_hemingway Yes, we’re fine here. We received a lot of rain yesterday and some wind, but no tornados or flooding where we live.

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new post: A Common Sense Approach to Internet Safety - http://tinyurl.com/6pp98n

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new post: The power of digital storytelling to help students understand immigration, sacrifices and war - http://tinyurl.com/6ejq4r

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@davidcosand I think google earth can be used powerfully to establish location connections for students, and frame perspectives

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@davidcosand Yep, agreed. We used Google Earth here at home the other night to establish a frame for how far Perth, Australia is from us

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@rdelorenzo I hope the iPhone will be coming to a Canadian electronics store near you soon! ;-) I am not sure why G docs is read only tho.

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@milobo That is AWESOME! I’ll remember that next time we are car shopping. Where did you get your car price quote info?

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@techchick94 I agree. This mobile google docs access potential has pushed me over the edge: I’m moving our online apps for COV to G docs

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I am amazed by google docs on my iPhone - read-only, but WOW!

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