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Date:      Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:08:20 +0000
From:      Kelly Campbell <>
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Subject:   building an educational resource list
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Hi! I=E2=80=99m collecting a broad array of fun, educational resources after receiving several similar resource requests ( from educators across the nation. The common theme is a desire for fun, hands-on lessons to entertain and educate their students. So, I set off on a fun adventure to collect as many as possible.

I have several I want to share with you, in hopes you=E2=80=99ll share them with others on your site (maybe this page:, but before I do, I wondered whether you had any you could recommend (other than those you=E2=80=99ve listed)? If not, no problem!

Here is the list so far - I hope you enjoy them as much as I have and that you=E2=80=99ll share them with your other visitors:

Learning and Teaching Resources

Crunch the Numbers: Do More Math, Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

Calculators for Kids: Teach Children Math!

ZoomSci: Science and Engineering Projects for Kids

The Kids' Guide to Simple Machines in Cars

Wildlife and Nature Lesson Plans and Resources for Educators

Forest Fire Safety and Prevention for Kids

Kids Know It Network

Building & Rebuilding the White House

And, here is a list of fun, educational resources on our site that I thought may be of interest to you:

Fun While Learning - Lesson Plans, Activities and Printables

Thank you in advance for any contributions you have and for sharing these resources on your site!

Have a great remainder of the week!

Kelly Campbell :: Cultivating. Connecting. Curating.
EducatorLabs | 2054 Kildaire Farm Rd. #204 | Cary, NC | 27518

P.S. Please let me know in an email response if your inbox is overloaded! If that=E2=80=99s the case, I will make a note not to contact you in the future.
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I'm following the recipe in Hong's v7 guide, trying to setup a mail server
that will collect all the mail generated by web apps running on the same
box. I installed courier-imap first and believe I'm not authenticating. The
rc script doesn't report status correctly, which makes me wonder if other
parts aren't working (but the rc script seems to start and stops things that
seems reasonable). 

I then installed the main courier pkg thinking there might be undocumented
dependencies. Pkg reported during install that courier was incompatible with
Postfix, and would be uninstalling Postfix for me. I hoped I could
re-install Postfix later, but now pkg is telling me it needs to delete
courier to install Postfix, so it seems there is some incompatibility
between the two.

It seems a) installing courier-imap and courier-imap-base in fbsd 10 isn't
the same as building from ports was with fbsd 7 (and I remember configuring
mail following the book on fbsd7 when I first bought it, and eventually got
things to work, but it seemed overly complicated for just getting mail from
A to B), and

b) the current courier suite 0.65.3 (I want to also use
courier-authlib-ldap) seems incompatible with current Postfix v2.11.1. Is
this correct? Is this still the textbook example? What do people do?


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