Bard, Search, and Gardens – The Week in Review
Good morning from Maine where the sun is rising as I sip my coffee and listen to the birds begin to chirp. The benefit of having a puppy that wakes up just before sunrise is getting to hear the birds as they wake up for the day. It’s a nice way to start the day if you have to get up early on a Saturday morning.
The highlight of my work week was getting to catch up with Dr. Scott McLeod on his visit to Maine. Scott has been a great source of advice and inspiration to me over the last fifteen+ years. So when he said he was coming to town I jumped at the chance catch up over dinner.
I hope that you had a great week and have an even better weekend!
These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. A New Google Bard Feature
2. 71 Google Slides Tutorials for Teachers and Students
3. The Science of Gardening
4. Create Animated Simulations With Loopy
5. Scholar, Books, Datasets, and More – Google Search Tools Students Overlook
6. How to Add Excel to Your Mac
7. Breaking News With ClassTools
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