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- iPhone apps I use
Doug Belshaw shows his iPhone apps and asks: Which apps do you recommend? Why? I started a comment but it got a wee bit long. Instacast a podcatcher, I've not revisited ap
- Searching and Blitzing
I’ve made a updates to a couple of simple web pages/apps aimed at pupils and teachers using iOS and images. Photoblitzer photoblitzer is a really simple page that just giv
- iOS Icon Extraction
The other day a colleague and I were trying to remember how to get the icon art for iOS apps to help write notes. We though we remembered a way to get them out from examin
- Some Links 2013-01-03
Eslabones / Links --- [EXPLORE] by Juan R. Martos Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License Recent spotted mostly from google reader: Top 10 Reasons I Hate Year-End Top-1
- iPad Unzipping
As i was browsing my feeds this morning I read a post on the register that was over my head, AWS’ gift to sysadmins: a cloudy command line • The Register at the end of the
- iPad coding - useful?
A while back I joined the Mechanical Mooc with a two fold intention, one to further explore MOOCs in a practical way and two, to learn a bit of python. I am afraid I only
- iOS photo publishing
I am pretty keen on posting photos to the Internet, not because I have great interest (or any skill) in photography but as an alternative, to blogging, way of recording ev
- Haiku deck
Haiku Deck is the simple new way to create stunning presentations – whether you are pitching an idea, teaching a lesson, telling a story, or igniting a movement, it's fast
- Glew Notes: Moblogging
Blogging Au Plein Air, after Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot by Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com Attribution License Glew is becoming more interesting everyday. The MetaWeblogA
- A Great Question
I want to help empower our learning community to design, hack, build, collaborate, remix, share and explore in all sorts of ways. In essence, I strive to contribute toward
- Making Waves
I've been aware of Radiowaves for a long time, it was one of the inspirations for Radio Sandaig and started me podcasting. I have not followed the development of the site
- iPads for learning to code?
Last Sunday in the Observer I was reading Why all our kids should be taught how to code and have been following with great interest the boos by Alan O'Donohoe (teknoteache
- Mapping iPhone Video
I've blogged before about the wonderful Hmsg Spiral Map a project that combines video, audio and google maps into a mesmerising meditative experience. Recently I noticed t
- iTimeLapse, iOS app
There are a horde of time lapse apps on the Apple iOS app store now. A while back I tested iMotion - Stop motion animation for iPhone and I've downloaded a few more. Yeste
- The practicalities of using iPods and iPads in the classroom
On Thursday evening I was lucky enough to be in conversation with Gillian Penny, Dan Bowen, John Johnston and Fraser Speirs as part of the Edutalkr series. Iain Hallahan k
- The practicalities of using iPods and iPads in classrooms.
T he practicalities of using iPods and iPads in classrooms . Chairperson: Iain Hallahan (@don_iain) Panelists: 1. Fraser Speirs @fraserspeirs 2. John Johnst
- Blogsy an iPad blogging app
Blogsy is a new iPad blog editor that has a lot of useful features. It allow you to blog photos from Flickr and a couple of other photo sites, video from YouTube and also
- iPod & iPhone Movie Editors
Over a month ago I started dumping screenshots of a few iPhone movie editors, iMovie, ReelDirector, Splice & Vimeo with the intention of writing a detailed comparison of t
- No time to think.... Then link
I’ve been neglecting this blog again for the last wee while. Not because I’ve nothing to blog about but due to lack of time. I’ve also been neglecting most online activity
- iPads and Glow
iPad stand by tim_d Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License I was pretty impressed with the iPad 2 which was launched this week. Some nice new features and the speed
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