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I'd love to see some basic test/quiz functionality in Google Classroom. I've been using GAFE for awhile, but am still using Schoology because it allows me to administer tests/ quizzes.
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I have been using Google Forms for my tests and quizzes.  It is an app that you can add.
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Portal Title: Wentworth-By-The-Sea
Location: 43.059785, -70.726105

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This is a valid portal because of its current and historical significance to town and local area and because it meets the following criteria:
- Historical significance 
- Historical sites
- paintings and historical artifacts (inside)
- Very historical - built in 1874 AND in 1905, the hotel housed the Russian and Japanese delegations who concluded the Treaty of Portsmouth to end the Russo-Japanese War. 

I can't see any reason why this site was rejected. The image attempted to get the entire hotel in view (difficult because so large). The portal is located at the entrance.
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Really?  That's not a portal yet?
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Hey All! With the influx of users posting about new devices arriving, I am hoping one might be in the mail for me as well :)

Did they just randomly show up? Or were you able to track them via FedEx - if so, how? FedEx Insight?
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Randomly showed up here, last Tuesday. 
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Pre-Register for the chance at special pricing for the 2015 Boston Spartan Sprint... Also heard they will be holding a Super Spartan. With Hoverboards, it will be the easiest race ever.
Pre-Register for the BOSTON SPRINT
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My idea for the Moto360 Face-Off connecting to  #MLB  scores  #RedSox   #Yankees  
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Great use of the Helpouts platform. Glad to be an early provider. Looking forward to kicking my Helpouts into high gear.
 
#FLOTUS announces #Helpouts & +Get Schooled slam dunk partnership to connect students with experts who can give one-on-one FAFSA advice. #CollegeOpportunity http://goo.gl/nLlj8p
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As if you needed more reasons to love #Chromecast ... Ordered one on day one back in 2013 and it has more than paid for itself.
For current owners or potential buyers of a Chromecast, Google is providing a few offers for you through a dedicated Chromecast Offers site, but since we have covered most of them already in past posts, we want to quickly point out that you can grab a HD movie rental through Google Play, ...
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Pretty cool little read.
After a stray dog met a team of Swedish adventure athletes in Ecuador, he ran for miles through rough terrain and swam to keep up. Now Arthur the dog is famous — and it all started with a meatball.
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During I/O Google suggested live tv would be an aspect of Android TV... Has anyone seen anything suggesting boxes with HMDI pass through? (Like a lot of the old Google TV Boxes??)
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Hopefully the passthrough box is an option... I am a cord cutter myself but have a lot of friend that prefer the pass-through aspect of the older Google TV boxes. For those who want to stay on cable/sat the passthrough is a great selling point with the 'overlay' of android tv and search abilities.
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Google Drive now allows you to crop photos in presentations.
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Off to DC for the #SOTUSocial I'll be using social media to report on the address from the White House. Twitter @cfinch5
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Finally got the chance to visit Jonny Boston's International... Just opened, and I was not disappointed. The tagline is 'fast food cooked slow' - which does a solid job of summing up what they do... They have a small menu of gourmet 'street/ truck' food experience - sandwiches, tacos, bowls, etc. Everyone that works there is super friendly and put a great deal of care into all they cook. I got their special which was their version of a steak bomb - quality ingredients, delicious cuts of meat on a great baguette. Delicious and well-portioned. Their polenta fries were also great! Very limited seating, so plan on the possibility of take out. Also, I think I overheard a mention of it as a BYO - I will update when I confirm.
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Me and Ollie's is a Portsmouth-area 'bakery cafe'. Their claim to fame is their selection of bread, bagels, and pastries which are outstanding. They are also known for their granola. This location offers pizza (which is real good) and soup in addition to their sandwiches (on their wonderful bread). While all the food is good, portion size on the sandwiches tends to be a little small for the price. Little pricey - but worth the visit!
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Not much to say - if you need Starbucks, this is a great location located centrally in Portsmouth. They tend to have great baristas at this location and the food and coffee is what you would expect.
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The Portsmouth Brewery is a local landmark - dubbed ‘New Hampshire’s Original Brewpub’ as it has been around since 1991. I have been coming to this place for years as it consistently provides both great food and drink. It has a well-balanced menu that offers a great range of ‘American’ fare (burgers, sandwiches, pizzas, etc.) as well as seafood. I always bring friends and family here because I know everyone will be happy with the tasty food at a reasonable price. Now onto the fun stuff - beer. This is a brew pub that makes very good beer. They always have a large selection of year-round, seasonal, and guest beers. Come here with some friends and do a paddle (a flight) to sample their great beer! You won’t be let down. As this is a popular attraction for both locals and tourist, be aware that it can get busy (like everything in Portsmouth). Seating is fairly limited. If you are simply looking for great beer, the brewery also serves as a great bar - visit the La Panza Lounge downstairs.
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Centrally located, this local chain is a great place to catch a 'quick-serve' breakfast or lunch. This is my go-to place when I am looking for a quick and tasty bite to eat. Good coffee (especially iced). Dagwood and Turkey Guacamole are great sandwiches.
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Great coffee shop in a great location. Located in the center of town (across from the church) this place offers a great selection of coffee, tea, and pastries. Baristas know their stuff and while it is always packed, it never takes long to get great service. Plenty of seats inside, making it a great place to catch up. In better weather, they offer patio seating in the center of town. Highly recommended... This is Portsmouth's Coffee Shop!
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Very nice little brewpub in the center of Dover. Major focus is their selection of microbrews but they also offer pretty good food. Very nice open dining space that overlooks the brewing tanks. In addition of a great selection of beers, they also keep 'guest' breweries on tap from the area. I highly recommend swinging by and grabbing a sampler flight! While food menu is limited, everything is done well.
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