Impressive home Christmas light displays are pretty common these days in most parts of the United States, but this year I encountered a first right here in Oklahoma City: A synchronized light display with music provided via a low-power FM transmitter in the homeowner’s garage! People drive by and tune their car stereos to 97.7 FM to experience the full, multimedia light show.
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On this day..
- When Creative Musical Genius Meets YouTube - 2012
- The Dangerous Nexus of Cyber Charter Schools & For-Profit Curriculum Companies - 2011
- Standardized Test Results Obfuscate Real Learning - 2011
- Smartphones on the rise, Apple v Google Approaches - 2010
- We Learn What We Do - With Media Too - 2010
- IgniteOKC - Ubuntu Netbooks for All Learners - Now! - 2009
- What's going on with oil prices these days? (Challenge your students in 2009 to find out) - 2008
- Wrangling with email contact lists and Christmas card mass mailing options - 2008
- Schools should abandon no-fault punishment schemes - 2007
- Podcast106E: Draft for Review and Feedback - Safe Classroom Blogging - 2006