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So apparently now you can “like” things not only beyond Facebook, but even on paper.
I wonder how many educators will/would use this stamp, and why or why not…

UPDATE: Someone asked about a “dislike” stamp. Apparently there is indeed a set of Like and Dislike Stamps and you can buy them from Amazon.com! Here’s a picture:

 

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  • Irina

    My daughter has one (also a Dislike stamp). She got it as a joke gift and, I think, uses it only as a joke.