Good morning from Maine the place it is a brisk 24F whereas I anticipate the solar to rise. After the solar rises and it warms up a bit, I am happening my favourite bike route for one final time earlier than chilly and snow make it disagreeable, if not unattainable, to trip once more till spring. In case you’re curious, I will be pedaling over Peak of Land in Roxbury, Maine then assembly my household at my children’ favourite playground. It isn’t fairly as thrilling as final weekend’s trick o’ treating, however it is going to be enjoyable. I hope that you simply even have one thing enjoyable deliberate in your weekend.
As I do each weekend, I’ve put collectively an inventory of the most-visited posts of the week. Have a look and see if there’s one thing attention-grabbing that you simply missed in the course of the week.
These have been the week’s hottest posts:
1. A Cute Sequence of Movies About Engineeering
2. TinyTap – Create Your Personal Academic Video games in Your Browser
3. It is That Time Once more…
4. A Punny Clarification of Financial savings Bonds
5. Certify’em – Ship Customized Certificates by way of Google Kinds
6. Studying Progress + ReadWorks in Microsoft Groups = Superior!
7. Methods to Use Google Books
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