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Eric Nestor
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Father / Husband / Student Affairs Professional / Miami Dolphins, Syracuse Basketball, Syracuse Football, and Florida Gators Football Fan
Father / Husband / Student Affairs Professional / Miami Dolphins, Syracuse Basketball, Syracuse Football, and Florida Gators Football Fan

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Google+ is dying..Looks like now is the time to connect elsewhere. If we haven't already, feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn and Twitter...

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/EricMNestor

LinkedIn:  http://www.linkedin.com/in/ericmnestor/
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Crux and core. They are interesting words that, according to Merriam-Webster, are synonyms of each other. When I think of crux, I think of something essential to an issue yet almost as a separate entity. Core, on the other had, I think of similarly, but is a part of something larger. Now, I know that’s very broad and, yes, in some ways I see them the same. However, when I read their definitions, I learned that in some ways my perspective fits with the definition. Take, for example...
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A Lesson in Perseverance - my new blog post is up!
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Wonder what this would do to higher ed in the US if it was enacted here?
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Interesting...floating between life and death. What do you think about this?
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Didn't catch it this week? No worries! Here it is again- Ponytail Holders and Hair Barrettes. My new blog post up.

My old, broken wallet is held together by a bright blue ponytail holder. Often times, I reach my hand into my pants pocket to grab my keys or phone and instead find a colorful hair barrette. In fact, there were times when everyday I would find a barrette in my pocket, or at least a ponytail holder....

#raisinggirls
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If you have a girl, you need to read my new blog post.
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Technology is always changing, and people are ever fearful.
In the year 1815 there was a concern from Principals about the latest classroom technology. It was paper.
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It's great to see Coca-Cola step up like this, especially with all of the greed of business open on Thanksgiving.
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