CNN.com: “Fans bid farewell to Polaroid film” – “… Sixty years after Polaroid introduced its first instant camera, the company’s iconic film is disappearing from stores. … Although Polaroid says the film should be available into 2009, this is the final month of its last production year. …” Bummer. While I no longer have a Polaroid camera, I do have fond memories of Mom taking pictures with hers and me fanning the photo until it magically appeared. I guess I’ll have to take a look at Poladroid.net and see if, while I can’t have the real thing, I can at least keep the memories going! There’s also an online movement called SavePolaroid.com if you want to read and share your Polaroid stories.
Scifi.com: “Video: Twilight: The Puppet Saga” – TOO FUNNY! Watch a short, short, version of the book/movie using puppets.
Judy O’Connell over at HeyJude: Learning in an Online World shared a YouTube choose your own adventure story “The Time Machine: START HERE!“ How cool would it be for students to create their own stories and share them in this manner. I could definitely see some of my students wanting to take on the challenge!
Newsweek.com: “The Royal Tenenbaum: Will Obama move beyond brand names, and pick from the field?” – I’m not going to comment, just passing it along as I’m sure it will be of interest to some folks I know.
Flicker CC: “cooper nose things” by mrpattersonsir