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If you stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything.

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If you stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything.

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Can We Read Together? Via explodingdog

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Can We Read Together?

Via explodingdog

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The Wolf Of Bedford Falls Great trailer mix. Great movie. Even…

Posted by on Dec 22, 2013 in Samples | 0 comments

The Wolf Of Bedford Falls
Great trailer mix. Great movie. Even if it does imply that being un married and a librarian is the worst thing that can happen to a woman. (by Owen Weber)

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Where are we going, Batman? (via Old Fashioned Research -…

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Where are we going, Batman?
(via Old Fashioned Research – Cheezburger)

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Totally love this work flowchart by edukaition

Posted by on Dec 21, 2013 in Samples | 0 comments

Totally love this work flowchart by education.

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Lego Batman vs Lego Superman (by Keshen8)

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Lego Batman vs Lego Superman (by Keshen8)

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“I’d say a lot of the complexity [of comics] is not recognized—certainly not the idea of…”

Posted by on Dec 19, 2013 in Samples | 0 comments

“”I’d say a lot of the complexity [of comics] is not recognized—certainly not the idea of grammar,” says Cohn. “That is controversial, and people often are very surprised by the results that I show.””

The Science Of Comic Strips | Co.Design | business design
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The Selling of Attention Deficit Disorder and/or Would you take smart drugs to perform better at work?

Posted by on Dec 15, 2013 in Samples | 0 comments

Any teacher could have told you about the rise in ADHD diagnoses:

The rise of A.D.H.D. diagnoses and prescriptions for stimulants over the years coincided with a remarkably successful two-decade campaign by pharmaceutical companies to publicize the syndrome and promote the pills to doctors, educators and parents. With the children’s market booming, the industry is now employing similar marketing techniques as it focuses on adult A.D.H.D., which could become even more profitable.

And a very coincidental piece that also showed up in my news feeds this morning:

Drugs that help people with brain and neuropsychiatric conditions improve concentration, planning and memory, or reduce impulsive and risk-taking behaviours, are increasingly finding their way into the hands of healthy people who want to study harder, work better, cope under stress and keep going during night shifts. And the use of these so-called “smart drugs” is set to grow in our increasingly competitive world, according to a report published late last year by four UK scientific academies.

via The Selling of Attention Deficit Disorder – NYTimes.com and BBC – Future – Health – Would you take smart drugs to perform better at work?.

Storify: The best of #rejectedISTE14

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I went through them all so you don’t have to!

Everything is a Remix Case Study: The iPhone

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[vimeo http://vimeo.com/81745843]

Few ideas come out of nowhere, it’s the combination of them that makes them unique.