Remember that we are moving to Monday posting, starting on 4/27 (our next episode)
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- The origin of cellular life is up for some debate (but David was still wrong).
- David claims his value-added score from NYS will be a function of a monkey hitting a random number generator.
- David wrote a bit about the novelty of NY’s new evaluation model.
- The YouTube speech to text machine
- Matt C. points to this John Green VlogBrothers video
- John Green on Children’s Television, and Kid’s Movies
- The Minion Movie will be HUGE in David’s House.
- Please write for the pre-eminent medium collection on Children’s YouTube Videos (submissions DESPERATELY needed).
- The TwentyTrucks Channel will stick in the brain.
- Little Baby Bum) has ~2.3x10^9 views
- Disney Collector opens surprise eggs for a living.
- Amanda M. provided the 100th piece of feedback on the show feedback form. She’s married to quite the coffee maverick.
- We need your book club book suggestions.
- Eric M. likes Zaption
- Paul and David are aware of EduCanon
- Sometimes, Paul asks questions Dora-style during his videos
- Paul’s USB Remote of Choice
- How many data backups do you need? David uses Time Machine, BackBlaze, and Dropbox/Evernote/GoogleDrive for triple redundancy. Paul uses Time Machine, CrashPlan, a DROBO, and the same cloudy type solutions for quadrupple redundancy (!)
This Week's Topic: Horizontal Transfer
- We are in this for ourselves, and for Vectors everywhere!
- We’d like to think we’re getting better.
- We are super happy everyone seems to like the show!
- Would you like to cohost an episode with us?
- Would you like to meet up somewhere with us?
- Do you have any tee-shirt designs?
- We’re moving the posting schedule to Monday’s starting with our next episode on 4/27!
- “Apocalyptic Schadenfreude” by Steven Johnson
- “The McNamara Fallacy and the Problem with Numbers in Education”
- Errol Morris makes great movies like “The Fog of War” and “Gates of Heaven”
- David couldn’t recall the acronym for the controversial, alleged nervous system triggering sound patterns. It’s Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR, though he’d like to note that he did a pretty good job pulling 3 out of 4 letters from the synaptic ether.