Internet History Sourcebooks
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...resources from Dan McDowell (the Internet Holocaust Project guy):

...and some additional History teachers' blogs:

RSS Feeds
RSS in Plain English
Addresses to paste into the RSS widget (after you click the little TV icon in the Editor bar):
...or go to the RSS page of the newspaper you're interested in sharing and copy the feed's address (on a PC, right-click and select Copy, then go to the RSS widget on your Wikispaces page and paste the address). Here are the main RSS feeds from several sources:

Adding HTML Code for Dynamic Content
Another option is to select the Insert Code tool in the edit bar and paste HTML directly into the edit box that appears. This content code was pasted from here: http://www.unshelved.com/everywhere.aspx

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Responsible Blogging Lesson Plan: http://outsidethecave.blogspot.com/2005/05/responsible-blogging-lesson-plan.html

Guerrilla Learning...portions of this wiki are blocked in some schools (for no apparent reason)...a great resource to use at home, though.
Informational wiki from Alabama Best Practices Center
Social Studies wiki (teacher resources) from Mike Fisher of Erie 1 & Starpoint: http://starpoint.wikispaces.com/Social+Studies
Informational blog from Change Agency: Shift Happens
Online video editing & sharing at: http://www.jumpcut.com/
Video on change (downloads or links to on-line versions): Did You Know?