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During the 1960s space race the U.S. needed a device that would write in zero gravity, so they spent a million dollars developing a nitrogen pressurized, tungsten tipped, pen. A marvel calligraphical engineering. The Russians used a pencil.
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I have been flat out and haven't' had time to post but there are some 2015 round ups You Tubes 2015 Rewind TechCrunch’s Favorite Things Of 2015 News.coms Best gadgets of 2015 Tom's Guide 100 Gift ideas Have a good holiday.
"Starting today, we’re making this feature even more useful by removing the requirement that guests have a Google account in order to join a Hangouts video call. Here’s how it works: guests without a Google account who have been provided with the video call link by...
There are many uses for selfie sticks and this video is certainly one. https://vine.co/v/eEVj3lKmD9r It's interesting how polarizing these (it has to be said, quite useful) items have become. I'm trying to think of other recent items that have been used (usually...
I'm a big believer in using humour in our teaching. Buzzfeed has collected a few examples. http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicamisener/professors-who-got-the-last-laugh#.icDrrgpwY
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