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Teach em the truth early, I say.
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any windows phone users out there? tell me why it should be my next mobile os, please
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I love my WP7. What do you want to know?
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"The current crop of corporate reformers get very upset by any mention of the Finnish model. They refuse to believe that a nation can have great schools without relying on high-stakes testing. They insist that Finland cannot serve as a model because it lacks racial diversity; but they fall silent when one points out that Finland has the same demographics as Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, and Norway, yet gets superior results. I am troubled by this “lacks diversity” argument, because it implies that African-American and Hispanic children cannot benefit by having highly experienced teachers, small classes, and a curriculum rich in the arts and activities."

"Here’s an interesting contrast: We claim to be preparing students for global competitiveness, and we reward mastery of basic skills. Our guiding principles: Competition, accountability, and choice. Finland has this singular goal: to develop the humanity of each child. Isn’t that a shocking goal? Their guiding principles: equity, creativity, and prosperity."
Education historian Diane Ravitch, writing about her trip to Finland, explains that the Finnish school system is amazing — even though students there don’t take a standardized test until their last y...
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Yet another feature to be thankful for.
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Finally, I can make my Google+ notifications shut up! Er, well, sort of. If you've been getting mentioned left and right while posts shared directly with you are flooding your notifications, you'll appreciate this new settings feature on Google+. Check it out.
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One day left! Excited for Monday to get here and new challenges to arise!
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+Greg Elsberry I remember the transition from old to new. The network has changed a little :) They've even got fiber runs from the MDF to the IDF's! Very much looking forward to this new chapter in the life of Zinkus!
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Seconded
 
I need a poster in my office that reads:

"Your opinion is duly noted ... as stupid."
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So true
 
+1 If this is what you say to your parents.
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This is what I should say to everyone :\
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Sad to say I did not know who Dennis Ritchie was until I saw this. Wow.
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The worst thing is that just about anyone who touches any kind of computing device is using code that was more than likely derived from Unix in some way and probably required c to implement
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