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Freecycle sounds like recycle for a reason — it means free recycling. Freecycle is a global network that allows users to save reusable items from life in a landfill by providing an online registry where users can get and list free items for reuse or recycling.
Reset has already talked about the role of Twitter in teaching and how technology has changed not only how teachers teach, but also how students learn. So we were happy to hear about a new Learning in the 21st Century 2011 Trends report, which discussed the increased role online classes play in student education.
By: Alyssa Sittig
Here’s a question you may never have thought to ponder: what would you tweet to the President of the United States?
SFPD, the 11th largest police department in the United States, just got email. Does this seem a little absurd to you?
We think it is – but at least it’s a small step forward.
Californians across the state are going to notice a few extra dollars in their wallet when they go buy a new plasma TV, iPad 2 or DVD player.
We have to give it to New York City. When it comes to Gov 2.0, they are taking charge. Last week, Gotham marked the inaugural Social Media Day, official proclamation and all. The day was the result of collaborations between Mashable, Mayor Bloomberg and NYC Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne.