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July 25th, 2011

Thanks to Apple Pages’ file size reduction option, my final “standard” EPUB eBook is 11.4 MB http://ow.ly/5NdY9

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I am loving the option to 2 finger swipe to scroll through documents in Mac OS 10.7 Lion! Just like an iPad http://ow.ly/5NdrJ

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NAGCGIFTED Get your entries in for Torrance Creativity Awards for children - deadline is August 15! bit.ly/oB9dXU

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krissyvenosdale “What makes a child g/t may not always b good grades in school, but a diffrnt way of looking at world & learning.”-CGrasschat

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storychasers 3 more days to apply! Teaching Creativity and Innovation to Inventive Minds: August 3-5, 2011 at OSU http://ow.ly/5LbCU

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@stephe1234 thanks! We are very proud of him. He’s having fun in the program and learning lots. Scouting is great

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@MsSandersTHS yep - good stuff! We have 900+ teacher & student videos on Ning learning community for Celebrate OK Voices http://ow.ly/5NbQK

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@MsSandersTHS thanks for recommending free iOS apps fotobabble & videolicidapp Look like gr@storychaserssers ap #fb

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kjarrett Technolog from msnbc.com - Why iPad is stomping Android tabs 24 to 1 http://owl.li/5N8q0

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RT @ddraper: How Can You Not Be Angry? http://bit.ly/ppdYqO It’ll take more than profanity, but good point about G+. quoting @willrich45

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My son, Alexander, will be having his board of review for his Life scout rank next week!

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@mmenne thanks so much for retweeting that @RethinkingEd proverb - love that!

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mmenne RT @RethinkingEd: Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time. ~Hebrew Proverb

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If you have an open IT position in a school in the OKC metro area please contact me http://ow.ly/5N8m9 A good friend of mine is available!

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Barnes & Noble’s self-publishing site http://pubit.barnesandno… limits the size of uploaded eBooks to 20edia

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Reading pricing royalty terms for Barnes & Noble’s PubIt! Service http://ow.ly/5N6eI

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New post: Reading the Fine Print: Considering Different eBook Publishing Options for the iBookstore http://bit.ly/nXyQkz

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@cchausis …intellectual property rights and commercial differences are as an author if you don’t have your own ISBN. Maybe not much?

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@cchausis …it seems a bit fast and loose… everything I’ve read says different ISBNs for different formats. I’m interested in what the…

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@cchausis that is a very interesting post. I’m not sure about his advice to not worry about using different ISBNs with different formats…

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new post: Reading the Fine Print: Considering Different eBook Publishing Options for the iBookstore http://ow.ly/5N5Do

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@cchausis ok thanks. For school publishing I’m thinking ePub Bud looks great. I’m not sure it’s a fit for me tho. Not sure on ISBN ownership

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Rdg: How Khan Academy Is Changing the Rules of Education http://ow.ly/5MYTK by @WIRED via @lightspeedsys

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mcleod At some point we as educators have to decide if we’re going to do right by students’ futures or right by bubble tests.

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@kopsas so the interesting thing will be if your daughter keeps wearing her watch after she gets a cell phone someday!

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Just downloaded the free ClockMaster app for my 7 year old to practice telling analog time http://ow.ly/5MYGr via @j_allen

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I think I’m going with EDU039000 EDUCATION / Computers & Technology as my eBook Bisac/BIC edia

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@j_allen thanks, I’ll check that out too!

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@cchausis I definitely think what they offer looks great… I’m thinking ISBN ownership is a big deal, however… what do you think?

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I’m learning about BISAC Subject Heading for my eBook http://ow.ly/5MY4j

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Anyone have a good iOS app recommendation for helping kids learn to read an analog clock?

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After seeing Mac OS X 10.7 Lion yesterday at the OKC Apple Store, I downloaded it last night & just upgraded. So far so good. I like it!

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@willrich45 @altucker @MelanieMcBride Words we use in advocacy for edu change should always be classroom appropriate. That hashtag isn’t.

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@cchausis I’m thinking I can also offer the EPUB for sale on @Luludotcom (separate from iBookstore) but it doesn’t like my Pages export file

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@cchausis I’m basically following ePubbud’s excellent links & instructions for self-publishing http://ow.ly/5MfF2 but with my own ISBN

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@cchausis Yes but in that case ePubbud owns your ISBN, you don’t. I’m not 100% sure how & when that’s a big deal, but I think it is

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