New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees

Short Notes: Internet Explorer Is Only Good For One Thing … and It’s Not Being Good

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New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees

A few notes:

  • My website actually works for all! It’s been IE 7 / 8 optimized. I didn’t care for it … until I noticed the amount of people who were able to view my web page suffered. Until everyone switches over to Firefox / Chrome / Safari / anything but Internet Explorer, I’ll have to keep these things in mind.
  • 5’9″ New York Knick Nate Robinson gets blocked by Cleveland Cavalier Shaquille O’Neal. No big news. Robinson blocks Shaq. A bigger deal. [YouTube]
  • If I turned anarchist and wanted to destroy public education, here’s what I would do. [Why Do You Ask?]
  • Ever wondered what information designing the Beatles might look like? Well, here you go. [Michael Deal]
  • Rahm Emanuel’s use of the word “retard” is certainly inappropriate. Sarah Palin trying to get him fired over it? Not so. [Tiger Beatdown]
  • Baseballisms included some of my Yankee tweets as part of their free e-book about the 2009 MLB playoffs, thus solidifying my title as possibly the greatest New York Yankees livetweeter of all time. Easily. You gotta sign up to get the book. [Baseballism]
  • My guest post at The Future of Teaching. You’ll love it, I swear. [TeacherLeaders]

It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and it’s also the first time I’ve EVER actually liked both teams. Outside of Jeremy Shockey, there’s no one I particularly despise in the game. I love Peyton’s cerebral game and Brees’ energy. They have great dynamic players on both sides of the field and awesome coaches. They were the best all year, and they deserve to be where they’re at now. Thus, it’s hard for me to root for any one team.

With that said, I’d like the Saints to win, simply because I see that they’re actually playing for the city that their dome once housed. If the Colts win, though, I’m good with that.

This week, I’m going to discuss a little math and a lot about the phrase “I already have that.”

Jose, who won’t go through the next 90 days without a fight …

About Jose Vilson

José Luis Vilson is a math educator, blogger, speaker, and activist. For more of my writing, buy my book This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education, on sale now.

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