Don't tell him (oh hi Cowboy!), but I'm terrible at reading them in a timely fashion. I'm really trying to get better about this, but I thought I'd share what he's passed along recently.
For you new parentals out there, check out these Top 5 new parent Apps. A couple might work for me, but if I had an iPad, I'd surely want to check out Skrappy!
For those stuck in one of those in need of a true story type of days, there's The New Yorker's report of the operation to kill Osama bin Ladin which is compiled from the personal accounts of all involved. I think you've just got to read this one.
And finally, it's long, I apologize. I won't even tell you how long this one has been in my inbox, but take a few minutes to view this study on what motivates us. (Sorry I can't embed it!) I wish I could teach this way, but I can't imagine the work that goes into production and then there's the little fact that I can't draw very well. But I think this would be really interesting to share with students. Hello leadership lesson if I ever get back!
In the meantime, this is the crap I find:
(And sorry, I saved the pics and not the sit itself. Dumb.)
This girl had a closet purse problem. See photo 1--just a mess. Then photo 2--ah, much better.
COME ON PEOPLE! These are your problems? This is what I'm reading. Thank God the hubs is around to give me the good stuff!