– Awesome Internet Provider

“Effective February 1, 2017, your internet service pricing will go down by $10.00 per month and your speed will increase from 30 Mbps download to 40 Mbps download with 10 Mbps upload.”
How many times have Rogers or Cogeco sent you an email like that?!!
I’ve been a very happy customer of this company’s since I switched to them. The few times I’ve had technical problems their customer service was fantastic, and their prices are much better then Cogeco’s or Rogers’. If you subscribe, please tell them I sent you so I get a referral bonus. You won’t regret switching to them and your wallet will thank you.

Email Lists

Following are the email lists I have set up for teachers in Ontario. If you are a member of one of these email lists, please see the guidelines below.


When joining, be sure you are logged in with the Google account you want to subscribe with. Many school boards block Google Groups, so you may want to use your personal Google account  (usually Gmail, but doesn’t have to be).

Also when joining, be sure to mention your school or school board affiliation otherwise your request may be denied. Non-teachers or teachers outside Ontario will only be accepted in exceptional circumstances.

Note that Google Groups no longer sends me notifications when someone requests to join, so if you haven’t been added within a few days send me a reminder email at pbeens at gmail dot com.

Technological Education (Secondary)


Mail List Guidelines

  • Always use a relevant subject line for the topic.
  • When changing topics, change the subject line.
  • When replying to a digest format email, reply using the provided web link so the subject line stays the same.
  • Please be mindful that you are replying to everyone on the mail list. Keep the emails supportive in nature and professional.
  • Do not attach documents. Instead, upload the document to your Google Drive account and share from there.

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Save to Google Is a Pocket-Like Chrome Extension For Saving Articles

Chrome: Not content with letting Pocket have the spotlight, Google has introduced a new extension called Save to Google that allows you to save articles to read later.

Anyone see a reason to use Save to Google over the Google Keep extension? It’s not even convenient to access what you’ve saved, other than by accessing I’m not sure why I would ever promote this now that Google Keep is so awesome.

Am I missing something?

Source: Save to Google Is a Pocket-Like Chrome Extension For Saving Articles