There is a new site I'm seeing called Buffer. It lets you find things and put them into your "buffer" - another autotweeting type service. You can use with facebook but beware that often Facebook makes things not typed "live" into facebook have a lower priority and not put them on homestreams.
How people will shop on Black Friday. They mention mobile, but one thing I do now is scan barcodes in the store to compare online and if it is cheaper on my iphone, then I will buy online via mobile. It is sad for F2F retailers but consumers are no longer a captive audience.
If you're in the US and shopping on Friday, it is worth reading this post for ideas and links for coupons.
Finding it interesting that the New York Times is taking thanksgiving questions on the hashtag - you have to tweet @nytimesdining with the hashtag #ThanksgivingQs - what an interesting thing. Why not try it?
Hashonomy is an interesting website that lets you figure out related hashtags. For example, here's the hashonomy page for thanksgiving. RElated tags #lovethepie #thebigcheese and #turkeytweet - I'm not quite sure why #bookshakalaka is related but OK.
Handwriting and fine motor activities. A nice PDF document that you can find some things if you teach handwriting.
This resource provides a range of activities to develop fine motor skills, designed with learners with severe learning difficulties in mind. It is by no means exhaustive, but covers a range of activities to develop discrimination of left and right, hand-eye coordination, crossing the mid-line,
The hashtags homeschoolers use. I find it interesting how educational conversations of all types are melding together on Twitter- a great leveler. Many of these hashtags will be recognized by mainstream educators.