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Author Archives: Patrick Cauley
You can build almost anything with Legos: printers, ATMs and other difficult to explain but really cool stuff. So the good people at Movoto got their thinking caps on and tried to figure out what you could build with all the … Continue reading
GeoGuessr.com is a website that has one and only one goal. To get you to observe closely and figure out where you are. Of course most people know where you are but what GeoGuessr does is give you a location … Continue reading
What can I say, I forgot to post espiode 64, so I thought I’d bundle 64 & 65 together! They are both fantastic shows. In 64 we talk about cursing (otherwise known as naughty words), the world’s smallest movie electronic … Continue reading
Howdy folks! Long time users of Scratch (the intro to computing program from MIT) has been stuck on version 1.4 for a long time now. Scratch is easy enough for elementary students (third maybe even second grade) can use it, … Continue reading
The other day two teachers stopped by my room (independently of each other) with the exact same question. They have given assignments to their class and set a due date. However, some of their students have a different due date … Continue reading
This is pretty damn cool. The good people at IBM work with individual atoms to find new and more efficient ways of storing our data. They decided to show off a little and made a short stop motion movie using … Continue reading
Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net Howdy once again, friendly Internet visitor. Last time I talked about what copyright is and what fair use is and provided a handy-dandy chart to help you determine if you’ve violated copyright or … Continue reading
SPAM!!!! One reason I really like WordPress is that they block a lot of spam from entering our hallowed comment section. Blogger also does a nice job too for the record. Just between you and me, I like to go … Continue reading
Armed only with Tony and Preston we were able to pull off another epic podcast this week. We talk about the illusion of privacy on the Internet, electronic exams and much more. Check out the agenda below. Welcome back Preston … Continue reading