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Connecting with students is important; what better way than bringing in social media to your lessons? Each product is versatile to the subject you teach, and the content you want to get across. Want your students to draw up a storyboard for a short video? (Vine) What about analyze a character in a novel? (Facebook) Brainstorm a topic? (Pinterest) Talk about a news story? (imgur)  Snapshot of history? (Instagram) Discuss the viewpoints of stakeholders? (Reddit).

Connecting with students is important; what better way than bringing in social media to your lessons? Each product is versatile to the subject you teach, and the content you want to get across. Want your students to draw up a storyboard for a short video? (Vine) What about analyze a character in a novel? (Facebook) Brainstorm a topic? (Pinterest) Talk about a news story? (imgur) Snapshot of history? (Instagram) Discuss the viewpoints of stakeholders? (Reddit).

The rise and fall and rise of the GIF -> http://mashable.com/2016/08/10/history-of-the-gif/   GIFs are the Esperanto of our Internet culture a semi-nonsensical visual language that acts as a stand-in for everything from random thoughts and reactions to intricate art and instructions. Theyre a fungible meme engine  a medium that is as celebrated today as it was pilloried a decade ago. GIFs live on our websites blogs emails Slacks and messages. Today they're as ubiquitous as air and as…

The rise and fall and rise of the GIF -> http://mashable.com/2016/08/10/history-of-the-gif/ GIFs are the Esperanto of our Internet culture a semi-nonsensical visual language that acts as a stand-in for everything from random thoughts and reactions to intricate art and instructions. Theyre a fungible meme engine a medium that is as celebrated today as it was pilloried a decade ago. GIFs live on our websites blogs emails Slacks and messages. Today they're as ubiquitous as air and as…

When it comes to stocking up on nightmares, it's hard to beat what appears to be a monstrous sea lamprey. Reddit user jlitch uploaded this in Feb with a deceptively innocent "Friend-caught this fishing in NJ." Facebook photos say creature was caught in the Raritan River, NJ. Frightening rings of teeth:lampreys latch onto prey, secrete digestive fluids to slowly eat & break down the host…

When it comes to stocking up on nightmares, it's hard to beat what appears to be a monstrous sea lamprey. Reddit user jlitch uploaded this in Feb with a deceptively innocent "Friend-caught this fishing in NJ." Facebook photos say creature was caught in the Raritan River, NJ. Frightening rings of teeth:lampreys latch onto prey, secrete digestive fluids to slowly eat & break down the host…

This guy makes a very good point. Trying to find work during the Great Depression was nearly impossible.

This guy makes a very good point. Trying to find work during the Great Depression was nearly impossible.

Morning after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Corner of Sutter and Kearny Street, San Francisco, December 8, 1941.

Morning after Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Corner of Sutter and Kearny Street, San Francisco, December 8, 1941.

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