Herding Cats Just Got a Lot Easier with CatTracking by Hashtracking


They say half the internet is comprised of photos of cats. Until recently it was next to impossible to measure the impact an influence of those cats. But now, thanks to the brilliant minds behind Hashtracking, a hashtag analytics company, it’s finally possible to satisfy your curiosity without spending 9 lives doing toiling research. Enter CatTracking,…

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Race to The Red Sea – FREE Passover Game Designed by 7th Graders


It’s day one of spring break and my kids are already bored. Time to download the “Race to the Red Sea” Video Game, created by 7th graders at a Jewish Day School in Jacksonville, Florida.   Can you believe that this game was created by middle schoolers? It’s an international collaboration between Jewish Interactive (based in…

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#CampChat Series Kicks off 4/1 at 6et/9et: WHY CHOOSE CAMP with @AskDocG


Are you thinking about sending your kids to summer camp this year? Weighing the pros and cons of camp, and a little overwhelmed with how to find the best camp for your kids? I’ve always been a fan of summer camp, since my own childhood experience. My fandom has grown over the last three summers…

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