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SparkFun launches ProtoSnap MiniBot for the budding roboticist

www.engadget.com
SparkFun struck a chord with many when it released the ProtoSnap series last year. The perforated perfboard housed not only a tiny Arduino compatible chip, but a small host of sensors and components that made assembling simple projects a snap (pun not only intended, but relished). Tomorrow, the company...
SparkFun launches ProtoSnap MiniBot for the budding roboticist

Abandoned for Years, Web 2.0 Tool EasyBib Is Now a Thriving Business

pandodaily.com
EasyBib started out as a simple high school kid hack to make then-students Darshan Somashekar and Neal Taparia’s research notes simpler. The bare bones tools created online bibliographies for students’ essays. It was a hit even back then as the first of its kind, but the guys abandoned it come...
Abandoned for Years, Web 2.0 Tool EasyBib Is Now a Thriving Business

Chatroulette Creator Coming to America?

www.readwriteweb.com
It seems the 17-year-old truant who created Chatroulette has applied for a visa. The youngster, be he lucky or brilliant, might want to transition to the American scene some time in the near future. With all the media attention he and his service have received and the explosion of trafic...
Chatroulette Creator Coming to America?
You are not as good as you think you are

Don't Tweet Pictures of Standardized Tests, Even If Your Essay Answer is 'YOLO :)'

betabeat.com
(Photo: KENS5) Goofing off on standardized tests can be a high school rite of passage, but we don’t recommend publicizing photos of your test answers unless you want to end up in the principal’s office. Kyron Birdine, a junior at a high school in Arlington, Texas learned this the hard...
Don't Tweet Pictures of Standardized Tests, Even If Your Essay Answer is 'YOLO :)'
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