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May 10, 2007

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Dean

Nice post. I invite you to look into Nearbie.com. We created a "places within places" feature so that you can record history related to very specific places, such a "the closet in John's Bedroom". This enables everyone to contribute to the history of "the closet in John's Bedroom" simply through the act of documenting your own history. I look forward to your next post.

Larry Lehmer

Thanks for dropping by, Dean. I'll check out Nearbie.com. Sounds like an interesting twist to preserve memories.

Frumteacher

Lovely assignment, I think I will use this for my freshmen next school year. Do you feel you could also use this assignment for teaching about historical places in the city/country you live in? I imagine that could work out really nice too.

Larry Lehmer

Good idea! This assignment would work well in teaching about historical places in just about any community. It would be interesting to see how different people view the same place.

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