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Saturday, February 26, 2022

Slides, Houdini, and NASA - The Week in Review

Good morning from Maine where a fresh coating of seven inches of snow is covering the ground. The cold and snow is a stark contrast to earlier this week when it was sunny and relatively warm. In fact, it was warm enough that I was able to ride my bike outside for the first time in 2022. Fortunately, my kids and I like the snow so we're headed out to do a little skiing today. I hope that you also have something fun planned for your weekend. 

These were the week's most popular posts:
1. How to Use Canva Designs in Google Slides
2. Create TinyTap Educational Games With Houdini Effects, Videos, and More
3. PhET Releases Ten Updated Simulations With Interactive Descriptions
4. NASA From Hidden to Modern Figures
5. How to Record Screencasts in Gmail
6. What is Sub-image Search? - And Why Would Your Students Would Use It?
7. Brush Ninja - Make Animated GIFs, Emoji Art, and More!

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