I, for one, love the sound of this… Starting In iOS 6, Apple Might Introduce Paid Podcast Subscriptions | Cult of Mac: “With iOS 6 this may all change. The new Podcasts app that Apple has released today contains a strange ‘Redeem’ button, similar to that found in the iTunes and App Stores, present only on devices running iOS 6. Currently, this makes no sense. All iTunes podcasts are free, and don’t require any sort …
Month: June 2012
Death of a Firefly.
(via OmniFocus for iPad for iPad on the iTunes App Store) My most used app by far.
Testing out in case the whole sandboxing thing in Mountain Lion goes the way I think it will and OSX goes the way of iOS…
“A pig like that, you don’t eat all at once!” Ah, I’m going to miss my 7th graders so much.
The Macbook Pro 5,5 is highly compatible with Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin. You’ll need to apply some of the adjustments listed below. MacBookPro5-5/Precise – Community Ubuntu Documentation Tempting.
Garden of Your Mind… Mister Rogers Remixed | Garden of Your Mind | PBS Digital Studios (by pbsdigitalstudios) (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
School is the price of being young and helpless! Not going to school is the reward of being grown-up, and strong, and powerful. You associate school with weakness and childishness. You associate non-school with strength and adulthood. Every kid knows that he is going to be rewarded for reaching the age of sixteen, or whatever age he’s allowed to get out, he’s going to be rewarded by never having to go to school again, never …
Dear Western North Carolina Weather Diety(ies): Can you please keep the weather like this for all of June (and July and August)?
tumblr_m56cc5TDO51qazgbz The question shifts from where you should go to school to how you should go to school… or does it? A few cliff notes: 1. Be authentic 2. Acquire micro-credentials 3. Your resume should reflect what you’ve built, not what you’ve studied More… http://thinking.fm/2012/06/05/thinkingdaily-how-should-you-go-to-school/
http://s.wsj.net/media/swf/microPlayer.swf “…the opportunity to provide practical education for kids in a sort of “shadow school district,” as Khan called it, with classes in computer science, statistics and law.” via Stanford President Hennessy and Khan Academy Founder D10 – AllThingsD (Source: http://s.wsj.net/)
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