Daily Digest for December 9th

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twitter (feed #6)
Solving my Classmate problems (an educator who is using Intel’s Classmate PC in schools) http://bit.ly/67GRph [johnkoetsier]
blog (feed #1)
twitter (feed #6)
The Death of Free: Will Free Online Content Like Hulu Ever Dry Up? http://bit.ly/8GQBdS [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Principles Of Effective Search In E-Commerce Design – Smashing Magazine http://bit.ly/5yynDV [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Just saw an ad "Give her the gift of fitness" from a gym. Hmmm … that’s not how that gift will be interpreted! [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Lisa Peumsang Mitchell commented on your status.
facebook (feed #9)
Grace Feitsma commented on your status.
twitter (feed #6)
Why The Magazine Industry Wants Its Own App Store. It’s All About The Data. http://bit.ly/8CfSD2 [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Lisa Peumsang Mitchell commented on your status.
twitter (feed #6)
Testing a lifestreaming app on my blog: www.sparkplug9.com [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Looks like I’ll be in San Francisco over the weekend. What to do, what to do. [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Your cause,
Think Autism.,
sent you
a bulletin.
facebook (feed #9)
Lisa Peumsang Mitchell commented on your status.
facebook (feed #9)
Carol Witteveen Newell commented on your status.
twitter (feed #6)
RT @socialmedia2day Social Media Today is looking for content moderators/community managers. Is it you? http://bit.ly/4UiwsY [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Apple tablet set for spring launch? (Interesting publisher tidbits, too) Tech http://bit.ly/7mE9eX [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
BTW, a spring launch for an Apple tablet/MID/eBook reader/uberDevice would position it well for educational sales. [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Carol Witteveen Newell posted something on your Wall.
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Carol Witteveen Newell commented on your status.
twitter (feed #6)
How Apple plays David to multiple Goliaths … and wins consistently http://bit.ly/65Ur5l [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Dell sells $6.5 million via Twitter http://bit.ly/87h9yj [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Dell has "culled one million Twitter followers" according to USAToday. Culled? Culled?! What, now they’re killing us? http://bit.ly/87h9yj [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Technology and Learning: Dreaming of EDU Apps http://bit.ly/5MqkhQ [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Off to Sea-Tac. [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Lisa Peumsang Mitchell commented on your post.
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Sea-Tac – just had lunch at Alaska. Had to show my passport to get served!?! Next time will try Anthony’s fish bar. [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
LGM can’t be far: mystery as spiral blue light display hovers above Norway http://bit.ly/55SFwz [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
"If I had one hour to live I’d spend it in this class because it feels like eternity" http://bit.ly/8COlpw [johnkoetsier]
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Is It Me, or is Wikipedia Starting to Get Pushy For Donations? http://bit.ly/7Q8gWA [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Lisa Peumsang Mitchell commented on your post.
twitter (feed #6)
Don’t add me on Facebook if … http://bit.ly/5LvKDA [johnkoetsier]
facebook (feed #9)
Lisa Peumsang Mitchell commented on your post.
twitter (feed #6)
In San Jose. Still chilly … maybe 10C warmer than Vancouver. [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
Funny -> RT @bartrand Google’s indexing of Flash animations is a bit lacking http://tinyurl.com/yj26qjp [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
RT @TMorais Digital Revolution: http://www.bbc.co.uk/digitalrevolution/ – A unique open source BBC documentary about the web. @bbcdigrev [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
The revolution is accelerating -> RT @bartrand Amazon sells 48 Kindle books for every 100 physical books http://bit.ly/8wHh71 [johnkoetsier]
blog (feed #1)
twitter (feed #6)
@rastin So, what did you take? It can’t be just your standard vitamin-C overdose 🙂 [johnkoetsier]
twitter (feed #6)
How to Get Free Kindle Ebooks: Online Electronic Books Free for the Download http://bit.ly/5PCSzo [johnkoetsier]
delicious (feed #8)

 


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