Archive of 2014 March

Science Fair Theory Leads to Real-World Suggestion

on March 28th, 2014 in Blog by | No Comments

This middle school student had a good idea that just kept getting better. A Pittsburgh-area teen had a hypothesis for his science fair project: The school district might save some money by reducing its use of printer ink…by changing the font used to create the handouts teachers distribute in class….

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To Tweet or Not to Tweet: That Shouldn’t Be a Question

on March 7th, 2014 in Blog by | No Comments

   To get straight to the point:  I am not an avid or successful Twitter user.  The mere thought of saying something that matters in 140 characters makes me want to hide under my desk. But recently I have become increasingly aware of the potential for Twitter to support my…

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