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Why I love Boulder, CO

I am a Brit. I came to the USA a decent while ago, lured by the adventure of something new (okay and skiing/apres-ski in Killington, Vermont one year when the snow was good.) I’d gone from smallish country town boy to

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HackSpace (TechStars, Boulder)

This evening I attended the TechStars first HackSpace. Thanks to the kind folks at TechStars for hosting, and Gnip for feeding. I saw a lot of computers and some studious activity, but wasn’t sure how much coding was achieved. Some

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iPhone Dev Camp (Boulder)

I went to iPhone Dev Camp in Boulder yesterday. I’d not been to anything like this before, and I really didn’t know what to expect. I was apprehensive and concerned that I was way too much of a Mac newbie

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Smart car on Highway 93

I saw one of these on highway 93 entering Boulder CO. It seemed noteworthy, both for it’s oddity and it’s impressive stance; putting the planet earth ahead of mass/height/protective steel. Last one I saw was in London, UK on one

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Posted in Absolutely Random, Colorado, Planet Earth

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As a school administrator with countless observations to conduct daily, Field Notes provides a highly effective vehicle for recording and scripting everything  that is happening in the classroom.  I can easily track the time the teacher or students are conducting a activity, posing questions and monitor time on task.  Teachers love to see the scribed notes and it helps them to be reflective on their teaching, hence improving practices.  The quick keys set up eliminates the need for me to typ…

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