Pecha Kucha Night →
Happening worldwide, Pecha Kucha Nights are gatherings for presentations. Each presenter is allowed 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds each - giving 6 minutes 40 seconds of fame before the next presenter is up. This keeps presentations concise, the interest level up, and gives more people the chance to show.
CNET's list of Essential Back to School Downloads →
CNET says: Get a jump on the upcoming school year with a collection of downloadable software for communicating with classmates, managing your homework, learning new study skills, or harnessing the reference power of the Internet. You can even find software to let you call your parents free from college. (Seriously, your mom wants a call.)
Have you ever walked through the aisles of a warehouse store like Costco or...– We’ve bought it, but it didn’t stop us from wondering about other things, like absurd eating contests, impulse buys, excess, unimagined uses for mustard, storage, preservatives, notions of bigness … and dozens of other ideas both silly and serious. Write an essay somehow inspired by super-huge...
Conversations/Thoughts on the Road
Son says: I charged my digital camera before we left, but I didn't bring the battery charger to use on the trip.
Dad says: That's too bad. I'm sure you'll remember next time. (Dad thinks "Wow, he shouldn't have forgotten that.")
3 hours later, after unpacking at hotel:
Dad says: I forgot to bring my cell phone charger. (Dad feels humbled.)
I really didn’t feel moved to watch it because I didn’t want my...– A student on why she/he didn’t watch a YouTube video, discussed in class textbook, about voting.
With Tropical Storm Edouard in the Gulf of Mexico...