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During the 1960s space race the U.S. needed a device that would write in zero gravity, so they spent a million dollars developing a nitrogen pressurized, tungsten tipped, pen. A marvel of calligraphical engineering. The Russians used a pencil.
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"Starting today, we’re making this feature even more useful by removing the requirement that guests have a Google account in order to join a Hangouts video call. Here’s how it works: guests without a Google account who have been provided with the video call link by...
There are many uses for selfie sticks and this video is certainly one. https://vine.co/v/eEVj3lKmD9r It's interesting how polarizing these (it has to be said, quite useful) items have become. I'm trying to think of other recent items that have been used (usually...
I'm a big believer in using humour in our teaching. Buzzfeed has collected a few examples. http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicamisener/professors-who-got-the-last-laugh#.icDrrgpwY