### John Redden

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A good collection, John. Thanks.

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John Redden

Works at College of the Sequoias

Attended GCC, CSUN, UA

Lives in Visalia, CA

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More for the summer reading list.

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A good collection, John. Thanks.

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Special day today... Summer Solstice... longest day of the year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solstice

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solstice

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I actually do a lesson (via geogebra) comparing daily high temps in my city vs another city at the end of algebra 2 when we've completed polynomial functions. I have them find a polynomial function that fits the data, then find f(45), f(300), and so on. Then they find f(450) and realize that polynomials are not necessarily the best functions for everything... That's what cyclical functions and pre-calc are for! They leave class use a little excited for next year. One of my best days.

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Top 10 countries and their biggest companies.

Source: www.worldstartupwiki.org/page/Internet_Hall_Of_Fame

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Creative commons JavaScript book. Very nice online HTML book implementation too!

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Thanks. I will be bookmarking it.

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Sorry math community... we are entering the summer doldrums. Apparently, math and summer are not go-togethers.

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I notice that google-reports does not include link-litter, the closest being spam....

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There's math in there somewhere!

try it out!

http://codepen.io/hakimel/full/vDnmp/

http://codepen.io/hakimel/full/vDnmp/

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Looks like Minesweeper with no mines!

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Teaching college is no longer a middle-class job, and everyone paying tuition should care.

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Wow... But then again some of the best teachers in the past struggled look at Socrates. Is it right to degrade them? No, it's never right to degrade anyone even the managers at McDonalds. In my opinion when something is controlling your job/life then you should be involved with the decisions of it. So go to those faculty meetings. Be involved, change will happen eventually.

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e-production resources page... seems quite robust.

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Thank you, John. What a great resource, I saved this for later (Pocket is my app of choice). I'm working in Scrivener, and everyone says that it's a clean conversion process. I'm going to find out firsthand—though I'm nowhere close to that right now.

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Google is embracing open-source Docker, the next big thing in cloud computing http://wrd.cm/1oCWmc5

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Interesting computer and video game industry report on sales, demographics, and usage. #contentCreators

http://www.theesa.com/facts/pdfs/esa_ef_2013.pdf

http://www.theesa.com/facts/pdfs/esa_ef_2013.pdf

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Yeah, I guess ideas and motivation are related.

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- College of the SequoiasProfessor of Mathematics and Computer Science, present

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Tujunga, Los Angeles, CA

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Professor of Mathematics, author, father of four, and education technology enthusiast.

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Professor of Mathematics at the College of the Sequoias in Visalia, California. In addition, I have authored two Algebra textbooks and am the father of four. I enjoy computer science, technology, photography, and nonfiction.

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