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Warfare and the OLPC – OLPC
Scuffle – over “your” data portability and access outside the network
- The Thinking Stick » ‘08
The ‘Live Web’
How does the non-stop live web change our net lives and how does it
maifest itself in education?
Learning Networks: Now that we (the geeks, techs, and early
adopters) are using them and are comfortable with them, how do we
foster this type of professional growth among our teachers?
Tools For Creating Your Own Games
krossbow: We all play games, but not many
of us have tried to actually create games. Have you been scared due to
all the programming knowledge you think it takes? Well, thanks to the
wonders of the web, now there are numerous tools that enable almost
Fellows will have the opportunity to work
at public interest organizations at the forefront of debates on
broadband and access policy, content regulation, copyright and
trademark reform, consumer privacy, open government, and more.
& Teaching (Videos/PPoints)
kristian still: CPD videos perhaps.
- Teach ICT
– Tons of Free Teaching Materials and ICT Revision
kristiam still Tons of free teaching, revision and
of proximal development » Blog Archive » How to
Grow a Blog
a talking character using any photo or picture
– The ultimate bridge building games website
The ultimate bridge building games website
Science | Wired
kristian still: Planet Science… Science can be fun…
annual report contest
From MizMercer: Dan Myer has another contest to try to
improve the design aesthetic of teachers everywhere…
Websites, Coded Messages: The New World of Immersive Games
Automatic wireless photo upload
Felix ‘s Dissertation
Edublogging: Instruction for the Digital Age Learner
– Share and remix data using open standards
- lifestreams –
your life live
another “find” from the twitteristas … in private beta … will it
have “legs” in 2008?
– The horizontal photo slideshow for Flickr
Trek DIY: Fans make their own ‘Webisodes’ – CNN.com
Never heard the term “webisode” before. Interesting story – could have
edu apps as well! ~ Debbie Schinker
Kristian Still: Lots of mobile / handheld goodness.
- Mixbook |
Create Amazing Books With Your Friends!
Showcase student work
- QIK | Streaming
video right from your phone
bus becomes virtual classrooom.
praxis: An interesting option for long bus rides. Gary
laptop a hit in rural Peru – CNN.com
praxis: More about the XO laptops.
teleprompter/autocue service. Cueprompter – The online prompter.
krossbow: Free teleprompter/autocue service CuePrompter is a free
teleprompter/autocue service. Your browser works like a teleprompter
-no extra software needed. Check the system requirements and give it a
try. Bookmark this site and come again when ever
- Neulio –
online course creator
webwriter:Author lessons into courses. Free.
for Your Grade – TIME
Merry Christmas! I know you don’t have a show for a few weeks, but you
HAVE to check out this link!! – Debbie Schinker
there a list of words that are systems driven ? e.g by typing in
"Stats" , twitter responds displaying
followers /following stats !! thas kewl, but there must be more
keywords correct ?? :)-
krossbow: here are some of the words you can use to interact with
The Milk – Services / Remember The Milk for Gmail
wkjellstrom: Remember The Milk for Gmail is a Firefox extension that
allows you to manage your tasks in Gmail, add new tasks, automatically
add tasks for starred messages or specific labels, and much more! -From
Willy at Trinity School.
Spicebird Collaboration is much beyond e-mail
communication – it’s a process where individuals work
together to achieve a common goal. Apart from having e-mail, instant
messaging and group calendaring, an ideal collaboration system should
Online Photo Editor
in, enter password, read a textbook
mr.circe: “A shift toward digital textbooks for
kindergarten through high school not only is updating the way students
learn, it’s changing the business model for Pearson, one of the world’s
largest publishers of school textbooks.”
community-driven interactive fiction
krossbow: Choose your own adventure. Protagonize.com is
an online community dedicated to the (nearly) lost art of the
adventure, a type of collaborative fiction. Curious? Find out more!
» Blog Archive » Global Audience?…Are
you Globally Friendly?
rubyfire: If you are writing a public blog,
professionally or with your students, you need to asks yourself the
question “Do I have a global audience?”
- jm: Another cool flickr slideshow embed thingy … works
like a charm
jm: another list of edublogs based on technorati
Orange Box – Portal
Over New York Cellphone Ban in Schools
praxis: There has to be something more to this story –
you can carry your cellphone to school but can’t bring it into the
World ® Technology Center: Doug Johnson: A Proposal for Banning
krossbow: A Proposal for Banning Pencils By Doug Johnson
Ex abusu non arguitur in usum. (The abuse of a thing is no argument
against its use.)
: Free Web Conferencing, Yugma Web Conferencing Service Giving Back to
the World of Bloggers on One Year
cmcraft: Yugma wants to give away free one year accounts
to bloggers. They don’t seem to ask much in return, am I missing
Scoble scuffle: Facebook, Plaxo at odds over data portability | The
Social – CNET News.com
jm: details of the data scuffle
Flu Spread By Contaminated Computer Keyboards – Yahoo! News
jm – durff via twitter: gross!
Scrabulous online for free – at Scrabulous
jm: all the Twtiteristas are playing!
an Hour: Last Year’s eLearn Magazine Predictions
jm: So … how do you “grade” these ’07 Predictions?
| Drupal Conference Organizing Website
jm: Is the registration already closed or not yet open?
- Slide –
slideshows, slide shows, photo sharing, image hosting, widgets, MySpace
codes, web publishing, music – Slide
- jseal Airborne
internet may generate turbulence
Maybe this has application to school networks. Teach students proper
use of unfiltered technology and expect it later? Gary