Re: Friday Poll Idea (WAS: In love with a word)
Anyone here who's documenting technology that's indistinguishable fromIn a previous life I inherited an intro-to-computing laboratory manual that stated that when you changed a certain cell of the example spreadsheet, other cells would change "as if by magic".
magic, please raise your hand.
That has to be a good way to terrify students who are already insecure about the technology. I think I changed it to "instantly", or maybe "automatically", but I don't really remember.
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RE: Friday Poll Idea (WAS: In love with a word): From: Dan Goldstein
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