@pazzypunk It is heartening when public support can save a product. Perhaps Delicious will be actively developed again!
Delicious lives! Wired: YouTube founders rescue Delicious, to build ‘information discovery service.’ http://t.co/n1CsKAx
Forbes rates Maine town as best value (per real estate tax dollar) due to “extremely low” teacher turnover & excellence. http://t.co/BuHmqzY
First phase of Maine Department of Education online revitalization: http://t.co/F6QTyod
McGovern: Web redesigns may be good projects but they rarely deliver value. Continuous improvement delivers real value. http://t.co/pxbGoa8
Workers are laying the track at the new Brunswick, ME, train station today. Soon: a direct Amtrak link through Portland to North Station.
Fast Company on collaborative consumption: Access to goods and skills is more important than ownership of them. http://t.co/FEv5tCo
@hshawjr Thank you very much for looking! This is a real opportunity for a developer …
@hshawjr Thanks! My preference is for a two-pane interface, like iTunes or Mail, collapsing many options via tabs. Quick scan.
I have tried a dozen Twitter clients, but none comes close to #nambu, RIP. Multiple accts, lists, unread count, collapsible panes. Ideas?
Tintin meets Crouching Tiger meets Joseph Campbell. How I wish I had this when I was 7. (Netflix: Last Airbender s2e11.) http://t.co/oNoXYMJ
Hulu/ABC This Week: In-depth Amanpour interviews w/Geithner, Tea Party frosh. All in denial in different ways. http://t.co/dlDYtMk
TEDxRamallah Live. Now: Geothermal systems and sustainable energy for Palestine. A “green state solution.” http://t.co/JDwymVL
Fresh, local bread from the market; Rumi poetry from the flea market; TEDx live from Ramallah: all at Fort Andros, Brunswick, ME today!
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Maine Kindergarteners use iPads. http://t.co/le24yl0
New York Times: Let kids rule the school - http://bit.ly/e8SBov
Texas debates ‘pro-Islamic’ bias in textbooks. [As Texas goes, so go textbook publishers.] http://t.co/CCg9D10
First spring thunderstorm. Snow is gone. Flowers are next.
Edutopia: Portland principal promotes collaborative culture - http://bit.ly/fSc19h
Maine school district buys iPad 2s for every kindergartner to pilot literacy improvement program. http://t.co/iNiXlhG
Reweaving the tapestry of small-town life - http://bit.ly/fmtjrY
Common: A creative community for rapidly prototyping social ventures done under a unified and collaborative brand. http://t.co/Fq9UwqK
@BarbRicker I’d expect the final proposal will have its first public hearing for discussion and debate, as did the earlier versions.
The Koh Panyee Football Club: a true story - http://bit.ly/e9yHyF
Bangor Daily News: Court strikes down Plum Creek plan, saying LURC violated its own rules. http://t.co/agYecNT
Blacksmith Ben Bourgeois: Knowledge is how you do something. Wisdom is why you do it.
RT @unmarketing If you use a tool to tweet longer than 140 characters so people have to click a link to read, can you maybe stop that?
Brookings: Americans want more coverage of teacher performance and student achievement. http://ow.ly/4pfTd
Salon: Americans are convinced 5% of the federal budget goes to NPR and PBS. What would $178 billion buy for pub media? http://t.co/QiVjknj
The browntail moth caterpillar is back. Last year, I knocked down cocoons and suffered a rash for weeks. Forewarned. http://t.co/f5H7388
Sustaining democracy in the digital age - http://bit.ly/ifwtc3
TED: How Eric Whitacre conducted his virtual choir of 2,000 voices - http://bit.ly/dXLOtf