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February 26, 2012
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[…] of this new shrunken iPad? In my opinion, a lower cost to entry. I’ve been an outspoken supporter of iPads in the classroom on this blog, if for no other reason than giving students the ability to carry […]
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@ICT_AV_ENG @ZachGamezAV Yep. Pros: it’s free. Cons: it’s free. (If you take my meaning.) Zero development on the product since we started using it 2+ years ago. Wheniwork was constantly evolving when we subscribed.
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@MicrosoftTeams Or this one. pic.twitter.com/VNyJloVds9
@playretroshow I’m sure you’ve seen this video—I was just surprised how long it took Xbox to overtake Sega! youtu.be/oWmdxeAFS-I
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RT @scottjohnson Another banger. pic.twitter.com/i6BgBEdQ1B
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