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Mr B Ed Tech Blog Hits 10,000

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Over the course of last week, Mr. B Ed Tech blog hit another Milestone. 

Thank you again for over 10,000 views and your continued support of Mr. B Ed Tech!

See the significance of the number 10,000 below

  • In Pixar's film Up The main character, Carl Fredrickson attaches 10,000 helium toy balloons to his house.
  • A myriagon is a polygon with 10,000 sides.
  • In computers, NASA built a 10,000-processor Linux computer (it is actually a 10,240-processor) called Columbia
  • Land of 10,000 Lakes is the nickname for the state of Minnesota.
  • and more (see the link below)


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