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John Redden
Works at College of the Sequoias
Attended GCC, CSUN, UA
Lives in Visalia, CA
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Remember wikiMedia Commons when looking for illustrations with creative commons licensing.
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This is pretty easy and fun to use.
Meteor is a complete platform for building web and mobile apps in pure JavaScript.
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Actually no, I am using the open source project Telescope ( https://github.com/TelescopeJS/Telescope ) as a big head start.  The plan is to learn how to modify that to suit our needs... and learn some new things along the way. So far I only added mathjax... and even then, I am not sure I did that in the best way.  I am a complete noob here.
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Earlier this week, Oxford's Bodleian Library announced that it had digitized a 550 year old copy of the Gutenberg Bible along with a number of other ancient bibles, some of them quite beautiful. Not to be outdone, the British Library came out with its own announcement on Thursday:
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When you boil it down, #business is about relationships. I can’t think of a single business that doesn’t benefit from real connections with real customers. Think of each of these tools—your website, your blog, and #socialmedia—as a way to build these relationships.

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Your website, your blog, and social media are The Three Pillars of Online Branding. They are the instruments to build real connections with real customers.
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Yeah, a little different I suppose. :)
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Ever wanted to build an awesome app using characters or events from Marvel comics? Now you can, using the coolest API ever made. The company has opened up its first official RESTful ...
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A classic...if you know of something similar please share the link.
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G+ friends...try our new open source online graphing calculator... use the chrome browser it you can. This is a pre-Beta release... currently working on making it a bit more mobile friendly.  Try the calculus toggles... I think this will be useful in class.
A free open source online graphing calculator.
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We have been working on this open source graphing calculator and are ready to put it out there.  Still tons to do -- it's a little fragile and NOT mobile friendly yet -- but here is a preview.  Math friends, please try it out -- what do you think? Are we on the right track?
Instructions: *** Works best in the Google Chrome Browser.***. Drag to Pan; Mouse Wheel to Zoom; Map points are draggable (trace). Right Click to Remove Map Points; Type (3,2) to plot a point. Type line AB to graph a line through points A and B. Type circle AB to graph a circle with center A ...
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Oh and also... points are free to move.  This makes the conics totally dynamic.  You can constrain them if you use map points instead.  Try circle AB and move the points.
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Visiting the surface of Mars with #GoogleMaps reduces the risk of alien invasion by 43%. goo.gl/AN2OJW
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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 several textbooks and am the father of four. I enjoy computer science, technology, photography, and nonfiction.

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  • College of the Sequoias
    Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, present
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Tujunga, Los Angeles, CA