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Discussions Discussion Daredevils and Stunts
Nick P - Greece, Nov. 23, 2011

downhill dudesXD

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Discussions Discussion Daredevils and Stunts
Ben Gallaty, Oct. 26, 2011

National Geographic did an excellent special on BASE jumping under their NOMADS series. The Swiss countryside they travel to is absolutely breathtaking and it has quickly become a life goal to jump there someday soon. Are any of you familiar with the area?

(Thanks to Nina for correcting the location of filming)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkuPUwg97YI
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  • Ben Gallaty Ben Gallaty Oct. 27, 2011
    It's been quite some time since I have rewatched the documentary, I apologize for the geographical error. I'm still a few years off from being able to jump here sadly, but when the time comes, it would most likely be cleared preemptively with the appropriate authorities and filmed for use later in another capacity.
  • Ben Gallaty Ben Gallaty Oct. 27, 2011
    I'm also very jealous you are able to visit the area. I am stuck in my area for at least another two years.
  • Nina Dumas Nina Dumas Oct. 29, 2011
    When you go don't forget to eat a lot of raclette with local wine!!! …after you jump :)
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Discussions Discussion Daredevils and Stunts
Andrew M-USA, Sept. 28, 2011

DOGS

http://goo.gl/Z6yhH
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Discussions Discussion ISCFC Teacher Planning - April 2011
Jason Hodin, April 1, 2011

The student discussion topics are now proposed! See the six “DISCUSS:…” project links on the right side of this page under Linked Projects. Please check them out, and provide your feedback on those projects HERE (we would like to keep those student discussion projects “clean” — no posts — until the students start arriving on Wednesday). Click the link below to see the edits to the Carbon Footprint Challenge project landing page.

http://beta.einztein.com/user/jason/international-carbon-footprint-51/
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  • Bert Breton Bert Breton April 2, 2011
    Very thoughtful and clever Discuss topics…well done!

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Discussions Discussion Node.js
Mauro De Giorgi, April 1, 2011

Node.js Beginner Guide
If you are new to node.js, this guide will take you from hello world to deploying your first app.
Node.js Style Guide
The general JavaScript style I recommend to use with node.js. A lot of this is personal preferences, but hopefully rather consistent.
Node.js Community Guide
Get to know some of the node.js community and find out where they hang out.
Node.js Convincing The Boss Guide
Find out where node.js makes sense, and how to get management to see the benefits.

http://nodeguide.com/
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Discussions Discussion Wanderlust
Amy Sutherland, April 1, 2011

An intimate look at Kabul, Afghanistan - daily street life

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pE3_9yY9_LM&feature=related
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Discussions Discussion ISCFC Teacher Planning - April 2011
Stephanie Aguilaniédo, April 1, 2011

Hi,
I’ve just received Geraldine’s mail concerning the new dates for student collaboration. They suit us just fine as we’ll be on spring break from the 16th to the 30th April. But don’t you think that 2 weeks are rather short for using the calculator with our students, having them analyse their results, comparing with the others’ data and doing all the exchange? Or maybe I got that wrong?
As others pointed out, me too I would like to have more information about how our students are supposed to integrate the Einztein platform: will they have their own passwords? their own discussion groups? I think the idea of one discussion for each section of the calculator is good.
I’m looking forward to cooperating!

Stephanie Aguilaniédo
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  • Marco Masoni Marco Masoni April 1, 2011
    Hi Stephanie,
    First of all, a big WELCOME to Einztein.
    I'll defer to I2I when it comes to your questions about discussion groups. Insofar as passwords are concerned, starting April 6, students are welcome to register and create individual accounts with their own names / passwords. It is by way of these accounts, that the students will be able to participate in the topical conversations taking place via Einztein. We are very interested in ways to improve how all of this works, so any suggestions, ideas, comments, etc., that you can offer as you make use of our services are very much appreciated.
    Marco

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