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Twitter (www.Twitter.com) is a great tool for sharing, discovering, and connecting with others who care about the same ideas and information. You can use Twitter right on your phone without downloading any software and even with just one teacher cell phone per class, contributions can be made and modeled anywhere, anytime. Twitter has become such a popular tool because it asks one question, "What's happening?" Answers must be under 140 characters in length and can be sent via mobile texting, instant message, or the web.
Like texting, the beauty of Twitter's is that its core technology is a device agnostic system that lets the masses participate. Because of this, with just a cell phone in hand, Twitter makes it easy for folks to stay connected…even if all they have at their fingertips is sms. For example, anyone (in the US) can receive Tweets on their phone even if they haven’t signed up for Twitter. This is a simple way for people to get information they care about in real-time. For example, let’s say you want to get Tweets from the authors of this chapter. Just text ‘follow InnovativeEdu’ or “follow WillynWebb” to 40404.
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- On the bottom of New Tab page, the most recent few are listed in the “Recently closed” section. You can even use this after restarting the browser, in case you accidentally quit with something important open.
- If you right-click in the tabstrip, you’ll see an option to “Reopen closed tab” or “Reopen closed window”, depending on what you last closed. Using this repeatedly goes back through the remembered tabs and windows, from most to least recent.
- If keyboard shortcuts suit you more than context menus, just use ctrl-shift-T to reopen a close tab or window.