Thanks to E for submitting this:

A rather interesting way of looking at what’s new and innovative in education.  It’s certainly one of the first search tools I’ve ever seen that actively encourages you to look at anything other than the first page of hits.

You might like to compare it with last week’s post on TouchGraph:

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