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October 2020 Learn More Links

NOAA Satellites on Flickr

Links from the bottom of all the October 2020 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.

Roll a Story Quick Start Guide

Roll a Story Program

Roll a story writing activity

Digital writing activity

Roll a story freebie

Roll a dice literary fun

Roll the dice

Interactive writing games

Roll the dice with Python

Eugene Kaspersky

Eugene Kaspersky

A video of Cascade in action

Eugene Kaspersky

Kaspersky Tourism startup

Kaspersky biography

Cascade virus

Cascade virus video

Anti-Virus Toolkit Pro

Ten best anti-virus programs 2020

How did Wi-Fi Get its Name?

The story behind Wi-Fi

The IEEE history

Wifi definition

Why is Wifi called Wifi?

History of Wifi

Wifi explained

High Fidelity Definition

WiFi Alliance

What is the WiFi Alliance?

Who invented WiFi?

Hedy Lamarr and WiFi

WiFi Facts for kids

Storing data in Space

Data Centers Above the Clouds

How Satellites Work

Data from Outer Space

Future of Satellites

Storing data in Satellites

Digital Storage in Space

From the Satellite to the Ground

Cloud Constellation

Cloud services by Satellite

What is a Satellite?

Data Storage Satellites

Sprouts and Graph Theory


Downloadable Graph Theory Games


Graph Theory Games

Graph Theory

Graph Theory Applications


Example of graph theory

Beanz Konigsberg

Beanz Graph Theory

How to play Sprouts

Math Proofs and Computers

Agda theorem prover

Isabelle theorem prover

turning math into experimental science

Intro to the four-color theorem

The Incredible Proof Machine

Computer-assisted proof

Strengths & Flaws of Computer-assisted proof

Mathematics of the future

Intro to mathematical theorem – kid-friendly video

Theorem facts for kids

Automated Theorem proving

Mathematical proof facts for kids

HOL Theorem Prover


Using Forth in embedded systems

The Collapse OS project

Gforth interpreter

Easyforth tutorial

Ramen game engine in Forth

Designing webservers in Forth

What is Forth

Overview of Forth

Forth programming language

Forth Programming Language

Turtle Logo in Forth

How Data is Stored

Encoding of digital sound

Encoding of digital sound

sophisticated error-correcting encoding

How Ogg Vorbis compresses audio

JPEG encoding

Representing data with images and sound

Text encoding

Run length encoding facts

Ogg-Vorbis definition

Data Compression facts for kids

Lossless data compression

Data Compression

Data Compression Equation

What is UTF-8?

Intro to compressed audio with ogg vorbis

Difference between Ogg and MP3

Door Watcher

Reed Switch

How Reed Switches Work

What is a Reed Switch?

How to make a magnetic reed switch

Mechanisms: The Reed Switch

Sensor facts for kids

Magic Button Trick

Filling the Learning Gap

21st Century learning strategies

What does Problem-based learning look like?

Ideas for project-based learning

John Dewey biography

Harvard project-based learning


Parent resources for project-based learning

Project-based STEM activities

Inspiring project-based learning for kids

Project-based learning: science

Leonhard Euler

Leonhard Euler bio

Project Euler

Konigberg Bridge Solution

Euler’s Identity

Degree of Agreeableness

How Did Euler Calculate with his Mind

Building Paper House in Sketchup

Build a Paper House

Rainbow House

Teaching 3D with Sketchup

How to make a house



Martian Packets

Unsung Heroes Save Net from Chaos

IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority)

Team Cymru

Bogons Ate My Website

Justice League

Grace Hopper

Grace Hopper

Mark I



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Also In The October 2020 Issue

Meet one of modern mathematics greatest contributors, Leonhard Euler!

How can we apply the Konigsberg Bridge problem to real life and even make a game out of it? With Sprouts of course!

Wi-Fi is a weird word for sure! But what does it really mean?

Learn how Eugene Kaspersky turned his antivirus making hobby into so much more!

What in the world is a video redundancy? Find out that and more in this crash course on encoding!

Links from the bottom of all the October 2020 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.

Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for October 2020.

One of the first female programmers, Grace Hopper also worked as a mathematician and had an unusual career for women in the 1900s.

Need help proving your sibling has been sneaking into your room? This may be the perfect craft for you!

Bogons are not an evil race of aliens. But they do shine a light on one part of the internet little known outside of a few security technologists.