Edudemic also has a write up on "The Great Wall of Awesome" which is "an online space that aims to enhance what you are doing as an educator and facilitate the rich learning of your students." The goal of the project is to have teachers share one great experience from each week so that over time, the wall of awesome becomes enormous and... well... awesome.
Teach Thought also has an interesting read on "The Jarring Collision Between Digital Screens and Close Reading." The article discusses the importance of "deep reading" and not just clicking from link to link in an endless loop, hyperlinking ourselves to death. There are some incredibly important points to consider in the article and it's definitely worth your time, especially for reading and language educators.
And Teach Thought also has a brief discussion over a "Diagram of 21st Century Pedagogy." I've embedded the image below and you can check out the article for a short conversation (you can click for the full-size image).