Really unfortunate this doesn’t exist. I have a bunch of people I would love to buy subscriptions for as they cling to spreadsheets vs live data and dashboards.
Just installed. I have to say, I like it. It’s all Windows 8.1 but the Windows Explorer is more Windows 7. It has only been a few hours, but I’m doing fine on my Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro.
The killer feature for me is the implementation of virtual desktops. Apple never got it right and the various applications for OS X and Windows never really got it right. If you are used to the flexibility of the GUI in Linux or Solaris, you miss this when you don’t have it. The ability to keep applications open and maximized but off into their own desktop for organization is just such a great productivity aid.
So far, so good for now.
We needed to piece the P21 skills framework out for a presentation we gave. Here is the P21 21st Century Outcomes and Support Systems diagram in pieces that I chopped-up specifically for a deck on our curriculum initiatives. This might be of some use to others out there. Enjoy!
Here are the pieces:
I was amazed at the quality of the grass on the field. It was absolutely perfectly groomed. They roped-off the infield, but it was a lot of fun to walk the field a little before heading home.
We got the opportunity to take the zipline up at Heavenly in August and attached the GoPro. Here is my niece riding it. It was a blast and worth the line wait early in the morning.
View from the launch point (via HTC One camera)
The ride itself (via GoPro)