Pear Browser ((FULL))
Instead of just viewing your slides on a shared screen, people follow along with your slides in their own browser. On any slide where you add an interaction, participants can respond to questions, circle things, or mark things up.
Poll Everywhere is another excellent choice with free plug-ins for bringing live poll questions and results into slide decks you design with Google Slides, Keynote, or PowerPoint. People can reply in their browser or via SMS.
Pear Deck gives you a link to share with your audience so they can follow along in their own browser. You can guide them through or let people move through your slides on their own. As your slides progress, people will see options you\u2019ve given them to:
The Keynote integration enables you to show live websites inside your deck. No other tool I\u2019ve seen lets you integrate full sites directly into a Keynote presentation. It\u2019s an efficient way to liven up slides by showing Web content without switching over to a browser.
I deleted the old file (go-pear.php) fromthe server and uploaded a new copy of thefile to the server. This time I saved thego-pear script to notepad instead of using(WeBuilder 2007)and saved as go-pear.php(not forgetting to surround file name withquotes otherwise you will still endup with a text file) This worked and I waspresented with a Welcome to go-pear 1.1.1!installation page.
I replaced .:/home/myhost/ etc etc with my own settings which is available via the configuration pagewhile pear is downloading to the server. SEE Webbased PEAR Package Manager, configuration page : PEAR Directory:I found it usefull to print out the Config page since you will need to refer back to it later.
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APHIS determined that the application of designated phytosanitary measures will be sufficient to mitigate the risks of plant pests or noxious weeds for the importation of fresh, non-precleared sand pear fruit from the Republic of Korea into all ports of the United States as an alternative to the preclearance program. This change is effective on September 27, 2022.
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Flowers/fruit: Flowers white, 1" to 1-1/2" in diameter; showy, ill-scented; early-blooming. Fruit a pome, green to yellowish-brown, sometimes red or purple; large, fleshy, pear-shaped.
Landscape Use: I have seen an old pear on an abandoned farmstead south of Circleville, Utah that was hanging on and had brilliant red-orange fall color. Should only be grown where fruit is desired. Has more elongated leaves and less dramatic flowers than the Callery pear with a much larger yellow to red to purple fruit. Leaves shinier, thinner and less hairy than the apple tree. Twigs include many spur shoots and may include thorns. Zones 4-9. 041b061a72