The week's most popular Diggs: the best math teacher, cartoons depicting rage
Wednesday 04 November 2009
The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on November 3.
1. Your ISP, if Net Neutrality disappears - An image hosted on imgur.com showing the amount your ISP might charge for access to popular internet sites if Net Neutrality is abolished.
2. Best. Math. Teacher. Ever. - a video hosted on YouTube.com of a math teacher team-teaching with an image of himself that has been projected onto the blackboard.
3. Best Homework Ever?? - an image hosted on imgur.com showing an example of a student's homework. The student submitted his homework in Chinese after he was asked to "assume the role of a Chinese immigrant" and write about his experiences.
4. How big is a carbon atom conpared [sic] to a coffee bean? - a website hosted at learn.genetics.utah.edu that uses a sliding zoom interface to demonstrate the size difference between a carbon atom and a coffee bean.
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