Hidden Clause Would Force Lawmakers to Read Legislation
Scrappleface is usually funny, but this one is hilarious.
World Toilet Organization - News: World Toilet Summit 2004
I wonder if it's too late to make reservations....
The New York Times > Technology > In Texas, 28,000 Students Test an Electronic Eye:
"In the long run, however, the biggest problem may be human error. Parents, teachers and administrators said their primary worry is getting students to remember their cards, given they often forget such basics as backpacks, lunch money and gym shoes. And then there might be mischief: students could trade their cards."
Sounds like a pitch to implant ID chips in the kids... I don't think we're ready for that yet. I hope not.
Oh, here's a link that takes you straight to the shopping on her site:
It's long, so just click here.
This is the coolest problem solving toy ever...
Super Marbleworks Raceway Set.
My wife, April, has started a couple of blogs. She's a Discovery Toys Independent Consultant selling educational toys, games, etc. They've all got a lifetime guarantee.
Here's a link to the site where she talks about how to use toys to teach ("Teach with Toys").
http://www.teachwithtoys.com (or http://teachwithtoys.blogspot.com)
Her other blog is for Educational Consultants in her network, and can be found here:
http://www.aprilwood.net (or http://discoverytoys.blogspot.com)
Have fun! And go buy a couple of Super Marbleworks!