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In anticpation of the citywide Tech2Go Conference at the Sheraton Hotel on November 9, a new page was created for the occasion...
As an outcome of our Leonardo project we've acumulated a considerale corps of growing of eager international partners. Check these diverse multi-faceted global collaboration opportunities.
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King Tut Project
The Curse of Tut: Fact or Myth. http://tqnyc.thinkquest.org/NYC00112
CyberSurfari Summer Round
CyberSurfari Summer 2002 is really cookin'!
If you haven't even started yet, not to worry! There is still plenty of time to do some Summer CyberSurfin!
To participate in the contest, signup at: http://www.cybersurfari.org
Once you have signed up find our Mona Lisa clue on Rigby Education http://www.rigby.com/kids/cyber/clue15.htm
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Puzzle of the Month
A bear walks 1 mile north to his cave.
He arrives at his cave and walks 1 mile east and comes to the same cave again.
What color is the bear?
Answer next month
Last month's puzzle:
In the land Truth Tellers and Liars, a traveller comes to a fork in the road. One road leads to safety and the other road leads to certain danger.
There is a man standing at the fork who knows the area well. The traveller may ask him only one question to find out the path to safety.
The traveller does not know if the man will lie or tell the truth.
What question must he ask to get to safety?
If I asked you yesterday, which road leads to safety, what would you have said?
If he is the truth teller, the answer remains the same.
If he is the liar, he will lie about yesterday's answer.
Theft of Mona Lisa
The Mona Lisa was Stolen from the Louvre in 1911 and recovered in 1913. Learn how this theft was possible and see the Mona Lisa with Columns.
Mona Lisa Selected Site Award Winners
In our continuing effort to honor webmasters who are making a difference, please visit the Award Sites rated Mona Lisa Selected Site Award Winners for September. /13681/data/millennium/sep2002.htm?tqskip=1.
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