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  1. The Toughest Job In Education? Maybe NotRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York

    She's on duty well before the school day starts with a walkie-talkie on her belt, making sure the buses arrive on time and that the drop-off lane is running smoothly. Then, once the bell rings, she sits in a tiny office, mostly dealing with discipline: playground scuffles, lunchroom infractions and the occasional serious problem, like a knife in the backpack.


  2. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 |

    Real-life stuff, including repercussions for the power outages across New Jersey, delayed this recap's appearance a bit, but here we are! As always, spoilers abound: Here's a question regarding the nuclear rods: If Samir's boys want to detonate a nuclear device, but they can't bring the rods into Manhattan because of CTU's Acme Atom-O-Detectors, then why can't the other schmoe with the detonator drive OUT of Manhattan? This way, they could blow up a chunk of Brooklyn! Terror accomplished! And believe me, if they center the blast on Red Hook, no one will mind. Kayla stays in the bathroom, trying to bide time.


  3. Stand in a Mountain PoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Kos

    Do not favor one leg over the other. Do not cross your legs. Body language must be in no way casual.


  4. This week in the war on workers: Turning teachers into robotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Daily Kos

    "Give him a warning," said the voice through the earpiece I was wearing. I did as instructed, speaking in the emotionless monotone I'd been coached to use.


  5. Teacher blasts popular classroom training program: It is turning us into robots.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Washington Post

    Have you ever heard of of a classroom management method called the No-Nonsense NurturerA Program created by The Center for Transformative Teacher Training ? Educator Amy Berard was trained in it at Guilmette Middle School in Lawrence, Massachusetts, when she was teaching English Language Arts there last year, and she became a fierce critic for reasons she explains in the following tough critique. Berard was among dozens of teachers who were let go in Lawrence at the end of the school year.


  6. It's so windy around the Walkie Talkie building people are being 'thrown into roads'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Metro

    London's Walkie Talkie building is reportedly throwing people into roads because its curvy shape is creating a wind tunnel. The downward draft problem isn't a new one.


  7. A Commodore Computer From The 1980s Is Still Heating Schools In MichiganRead the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | Switched

    The maintenance supervisor for the Grand Rapids Public Schools system in Michigan remembers when the district purchased a Commodore Amiga computer in the 1980s. The bulky computer, which was discontinued in 1991 , was used to control heating and cooling operations for the district's schools.


  8. 5 Great Free Apps That Pair Well With FriendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Fast Company

    Just because your smartphone is the most personal of your devices doesn't mean you should sit on a beanbag chair in your closet, salty tears navigating the gentle slopes of your cheekbones while you play the part of the modern-day hermit. Back when I was your age, we used to email links to each other like common savages.


  9. Dark Was the NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 18 | Chicago Sun-Times

    This movie opens at a logging camp, a setting little seen in contemporary cinema. Trees getting cut, woods getting shredded, in a formidable forest framed by intimidating grey sky.


  10. Lena Dunham to launch newsletter named after 'old Jewish man'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Jewish Journal

    Producer Jenni Konner, left, and writer Lena Dunham at an event in New York on April 24, 2015. Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images Lena Dunham, creator of the hit HBO show "Girls," is starting a lifestyle newsletter and naming it Lenny - "the name of an old Jewish man," according to her business partner.


  11. Mobile police gain access to more than 2,000 surveillance camerasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Alabama Live

    On Thursday, Mobile officials unveiled a new public safety initiative which authorities say will strengthen police response to active situations at schools and businesses. As of Thursday afternoon, the Mobile Police Department had access to over 2,000 live security camera feeds from the Mobile County School System, the Alabama Department of Transportation, Bel Air Mall and its own downtown camera network.


  12. Roger Hanson: Is the Len Lye Centre all too dazzling?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Taranaki Daily News

    New Plymouth's dazzling new Len lye Centre is unlikely to cause issues similar to those of London's "Walkie Talkie" building in 2013, Roger Hanson says. The Len Lye Centre has spectacularly achieved its goal of being eye catching, its unusual stainless steel exterior adding a dazzle to central New Plymouth, but some people are asking if it might be too dazzling.


  13. teliPhone Redefines Mobile Network For The Internet AgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Tom's Hardware

    The company also said that it provides unlimited calls and MMS over Wi-Fi as long as they are sent over the continental U.S. and Canada. Those that terminate outside of these areas will incur additional charges.


  14. A matrix of dinosaurs in pop cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Red Eye Chicago

    Just as news of Disney-Pixar's most recent hit, "Inside Out," is dying off, they release a trailer for next big thing "The Good Dinosaur." This is the first time Disney-Pixar will dabble in the prehistoric era, creating a story in a universe where dinosaurs never went extinct.


  15. Call of the wildRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Ark Valley News

    Katie Naccarato and Bryan Naccarato pose with the black bear Katie shot north of Winnipeg, Canada, in May. Call of the wild By Randy Fisher Last Updated: July 23, 2015 Father, daughter share passion for big-game hunting Most people probably wouldn't choose hunting for a father-daughter outing. But for Katie and Bryan Naccarato, a week hunting black bear in Canada made perfect sense.


  16. London building creates large wind tunnelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | New York Daily News

    A 525-foot London building nicknamed 'Walkie Talkie' has been criticized for creating large gusts of wind in the area. A massive structure in London nicknamed "Walkie-talkie" is being criticized for its flawed designs that people say cause major wind storms and glaring heat from the sun.


  17. Revs' President Eric Menzer focused on the team and York communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The York Daily Record

    York Revolution President Eric Menzer looks out over the field during a game against the Sugar Land Skeeters at Santander Stadium. Menzer attends nearly all of Revs' home games, talking to fans, distributing customer satisfaction surveys and passing out leaflets to fans as they leave the ballpark.


  18. VoicePing Enables Smart Communication as Part of Enterprise Mobility Strategy for Field WorkersRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 22 | SBWire

    VoicePing, a Unified Communications Application for Field Workers, enables companies to get things done faster via smart communication among field workers. As companies launch Enterprise Mobility Applications for their field workers, they are finding that field communication is essential in ensuring a smooth deployment and daily operations.


  19. 'Death ray' skyscraper's awkward problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 |

    BILL Shorten's future as Labor leader will be decided this weekend at the party's conference after he announced a controversial move yesterday. TARGET is in a social media storm over its Trophy T-shirt for women.


  20. SIS and police trawling Trade Me for information on potential criminalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Dominion Post

    The SIS increased the number of its inquiries to Trade Me by almost 50 per cent in the year ending in June - up from 28 to 41 - while police inquiries were up 11 per cent, from 1663 to 1840. Police said they mainly approached Trade Me for information relating to stolen goods, drugs, firearms and fraud.