Saturday, January 8, 2022

Audio, Buffalo, and Skiing - The Week in Review

Good morning from Maine where we have a fresh layer of snow on the ground. It's going to be a great weekend for skiing at our favorite little ski mountain, Mt. Abram. One of the things that I like about Mt. Abram is that when it's closed during the week I can still skin up and ski down the mountain. That's exactly what I did earlier this week when I was in desperate need of some fresh air and good, hard exercise. But this weekend I'll be riding the lift with my daughters. I hope that you also have something fun planned for your weekend. 

These were the week's most popular posts:
1. Volley - Video, Audio, and Text Messaging for Learning
2. Best of 2021 - The Science of Cake!
3. Add Audio to Almost Anything in Google Workspace
4. How to Record and Embed Audio in Google Docs
5. How to Create and Publish Your First Podcast
6. The National Jukebox - 16,000+ Early Music Recordings
7. All About American Buffalo

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