The Ides of March – A Tragic Shakespeare Infographic

beware the ides of march

Today is March 15th, which means the “Ides of March” are upon us. In the original Roman calendar, March was the first month of the year. The Romans celebrated from the first of March through the Ides, as these days were essentially New Year’s celebrations. The Ides of March was a date on the … Continue reading “The Ides of March – A Tragic Shakespeare Infographic” »

How to be Awesome


It’s March and let’s face it, if you live anyplace where it’s cold and snowy, winter is dragging on and likely making you flinch every time you walk out your front door. At this time of year it’s easy to want to walk right back inside, climb into bed and say, “forget it!” followed by … Continue reading “How to be Awesome” »

When it’s okay to say “gay”, a flowchart

Ash Beckham delivered a very funny and persuasive presentation at Ignite Boulder in February about the pejorative use of the word “gay” to describe something that is neither homosexual nor happy. She advocates acceptance over tolerance, and argues that it takes a societal shift to help move … Continue reading “When it’s okay to say “gay”, a flowchart” »

6 Good Reasons To Kiss The Irish [infographic]

You’ve probably seen the St. Patrick’s Day shirts, stickers and  buttons that say “Kiss me, I’m Irish.” While a kiss from someone Irish  (not to be confused with an Irish kiss) might bring you the luck of the Irish, there are many reasons why kissing the Irish might be in … Continue reading “6 Good Reasons To Kiss The Irish [infographic]” »

Education Inspiration #12 – Dr. Seuss


Dr. Seuss’s impact on learning, creativity, and make-believe has inspired generations of students, families, and dreamers. Today we celebrate his birthday with some of his most favorite quotes. Continue reading “Education Inspiration #12 – Dr. Seuss” »

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