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Fred Delventhal
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Lives in Washington, DC area
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Coming soon: trusted domains for #GoogleClassroom  and #Drive !
This is coming along with lots of other new functionality for #GAFE  and Drive for Work that should make admins rejoice.
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2015-04-06 09:00:00 2015-04-07 09:00:00 America/New_York SRC 2015 Teacher Registration Begins! Today is the day you may begin to register your students for the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, a free online summer reading program for kids! The Challenge officially opens for logging minutes ...
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Got a Chromecast? Get a free rental by launching the app. Select your device. Click 3 vertical dots. Check offers. 
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I wish more grocery stores in the United States had this.
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We had these kind of Shopping carts time ago in Supermarket. I think it comes from Europe because Carrefour was the only that tried that here. Later, they sold the business and the carts were removed. 

I agree with you, +Fred Delventhal, that this can help save money.  When I used them, the only negative point was that Senior people had difficult times going to return the cart.  
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*For every completed quiz, The Orvis Company will generously donate $1 to oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay—up to $5,000! *
Cute, delicious - and hiding a lot of secrets under that shell. Do you know oysters as well as you think you do?
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The Chromebook family is growing with new Chromebooks from just $149. 

Check out the Chrome Blog for more info: http://goo.gl/ptBUZ8
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Color scale conditional formatting in Sheets
Now it's even easier to visualize which numbers are the highest and lowest in a range--just select the “color scale” option when setting up conditional formatting. Plus, if you change any of the values, the colors will automatically update as you go. More info in the Help Center:  http://goo.gl/GhRKQG

And one more thing: you can now import Excel files with color scale formatting too!
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It's easy to get distracted when the first thing your browser shows you in the morning is Facebook, Twitter, or your favorite site. Reduce the clutter by adding a separate, work-only account to Chrome.
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Separate users for your different accounts also helps reduce/eliminate the error where google doesn't like you being logged into two accounts at once.
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Instructional Technology Coordinator
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  • Arlington Public Schools
    Instructional Technology Coordinator, 1996 - present
  • I work for a medium size school district in Northern Virginia as an Instructional Technology Coordinator. I'm interested in constantly learning new things about edtech. I also have varied interests that fall outside of education, including cooking, photography, everything Apple and Google related, reading, television, movies and laughing.
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Google Apps for Education Forum Top Contributor, Google Certified Teacher, Instructional Tech. Coordinator, Google Power Searcher, life outside education.
Introduction
Fred Delventhal works as senior level Instructional Technology Coordinator for a medium sized school district in Virginia. He has presented at National Educational Computer Conference, Northern Virginia Technology Educational Consortium conferences, the Technology and Learning Symposia (Virginia), and the Virginia Department of Education Educational Technology Leadership Conference. Fred has worked as an adjunct professor for George Mason University Instructional Technology Certificate Program, the Four Rivers Consortium (Virginia), and most recently for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

In 2009 Fred became a Google Certified Teacher and was named one of the leaders of the year by the Discovery Educator Network.

In 2011 Fred was one of the recipients of Discovery Education's PL DEN award.

Fred is part of the EdReach.us network and actively participates in the Google Educast Podcast.

In 2015 Fred joined Google's Top Contributor program and is a top contributor in the Google Apps for Education Forum.

Items appearing on any of his personal accounts have no connection to his current employer.
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Two time State of Michigan Hula Hoop champion. Also flew on NASA's Weightless Wonder doing experments in microgravity.
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Washington, DC area
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Ypsilanti, MI - Monsey, New York - Fairfax, Virginia - Cadillac, MI
*CLOSED* Largest variety of international foods in the area including fresh vegetables and meats. Several items we priced were cheaper than the Safeway across the street. Many of the the items can't be found at a Whole Foods or even Wegman's. Was surprised to see that you can even buy a whole frozen pig, beef blood or pick out a live Tilapia swimming in a tank. I wish they had a larger selection of foods from European and Middle Eastern countries.
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Toucans & monkeys in the trees early in the mornings. Iguanas and monkeys in the late afternoon. Perfume trees are intoxicating. Hotel staff were all friendly and helpful.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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Sale items not marked clearly on a regular basis.
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Great place for quick, good cafeteria food. Price is excellent for budget travelers.
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One of the dirtiest stores I've been in.
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