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'Gradcasts' Bring Graduation Experience to You

Love your grad, but hate the graduation ceremony hassles? Why not just kick back at home and watch the festivities there? Thanks to "gradcasts," as some are calling them, several school districts in Texas are offering live streaming video of all the pomp and circumstance, the Houston Chronicle reports. District officials told the newspaper the technology was not hard to master. "We spent $150 and made absolutely no promises," said John Crumbley, director of technology and support services for the Aldine (Texas) school district.

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