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A collection of links to Flashcard systems taken from an online article  in the Chronicle of Higher Education. That article is the first of the links. I tried Memrise to help learn some Spanish terms and found it very effective. Revisiting Flashcards – ProfHacker – The Chronicle of Higher Education – “Now that I’m trying […]

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An Agglomeration of Links for late November 2011

Medical research and treatment, how to use common household items rather than special cleaners, radioLab archives, debunking anti-science myths and an agglomeration of useful apps. Medical Research and Treatment Information from – “Our goal is simple: to help you and your family more easily navigate, stay current, and manage the often complex process of […]

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An Agglomeration of links for November 20, 2011

A place to get your Apple products repaired, different from the Apple store, and a nice online photo editor iHospital – iPhone & Apple Repair How To » iHospital – iPhone & Apple Repair – tips for using apple devices Photo editor online – edit image – photo editor

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Google Hotel Finder and Life Hacker Tips on Getting Things Done

A couple of interesting links recently found Google Hotel Finder – Google search fro finding hotels. Seems nice. Can change location easily with a trapezoid on a map. Lifehacker, tips and downloads for getting things done – This looks like a good collection to have on hand and soem good ideas for gifts too. “We […]

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Learn to program or be programmed

Learn to code | Codecademy “Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It’s interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.” (tags: tutorial javascript programming tools) SXSW 2010: Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age – YouTube “Best-selling author and technology visionary Douglas Rushoff offers his insights […]

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Another underground club goes …

I saved this because of the mention of Death By Audio in Brooklyn and wondering how long it will be able to continue. I am very proud of Oliver and everyone else at death by Audio who keep this venue going. Monster Island to Close, and Underground Clubs Lose a Haven – Mention of […]

Tendinitis and other guitar related injuries

I developed  De Quervain’s tenosynovitis or tendonitis or inflammation of the tendons on the thumb side of my left wrist.  This summer I worked hard on learning a particular style of picking and chords on guitar to mimic the playing of San Francisco bay Blues by the Weaves at their 1963 concert in Carnegie Hall, NY. […]

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Blekko Search and Accelerating Peer-reviewed Science links from the Scout Report

blekko | slashtag search ‘New search engines are released all the time, and occasionally a new one is worth checking out. Blekko is a new customizable search engine that helps users stay away from spam, content farms, and malware. Blekko draws on the power of the slashtag in order to organize websites and search results […]

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Agglomeration on or near 2011-08-09

Bagg’s Tree Buskers Nice collection  of pieces for Band In A Box (tags: biab band-in-a-box music bandinabox) | Gett sharing “The best way to publish and share your files” (tags: web internet web2.0 online tools filesharing) The next two are from  Scout Report DuckDuckGo “You may have played “duck duck goose” growing up, but […]

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Tips for image sharing

Five Best Services for Quick Image Sharing – Lifehacker “Here’s a look at five of the most popular services for quickly and easily sharing images on the web.” (tags: photos image services lifehacker)

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