Monthly Archives: May 2009

Is Google Wave the e-mail of the future?

Google I/O, a conference for web developers using Google and open web technologies, is going on right now. Google has taken this opportunity to introduce what could be a major shift in how we communicate online, called Google Wave. As … Read

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Early sneak peek at summer changes for Coaching Calendar

With the end of the school year already here for many and coming soon for many others, we’re taking some time to refresh many of the services in the Stratepedia toolkit. We’ve already unveiled the new-look Learning Labs; now I’d … Read

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Malware removal for Windows computers

So, what do you do if your computer’s fallen victim to some nasty virus or worm? Today I received a recommendation for Malwarebytes, a product for Windows-based computers to help remove any viruses, worms, spyware, and other junk that can … Read

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How to protect yourself from scams on Twitter and Facebook

Phishing attacks–situations in which scammers attempt to obtain your login information to a website–have been proliferating on Facebook and Twitter over the past several days. These phishing sites may be online quizzes or promises to increase your follower count. Once … Read

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Have you checked out the online Stratedirectory yet?

If you’re a member of the SIM® Professional Developers Network, and you haven’t done so yet, check out the new, online version of the Stratedirectory. This service provides a searchable interface of contact and certification information for members of the … Read

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iPhone used to create magazine cover

I like to tell people that the iPhone (or just about any other “smart phone,” be it a Blackberry, Windows Mobile device, or Palm) isn’t a phone so much as it is a tiny computer that happens to have a … Read

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3,000 people have joined Depot!

Yesterday morning at 10:01 central time, Rich J. became the 3,000th member of Depot, Stratepedia’s service for sharing Content Enhancement devices! I knew this milestone was close and have been keeping an eye on it. Here are a few other … Read

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YouTube video: A day per minute!

Here’s a fun statistic: YouTube receives 24 hours’ worth of new video per minute. (via TechCrunch)

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Dossier to be discontinued Saturday, May 23

Dossier, Stratepedia’s service for flexible, social data collection, is being discontinued due to insufficient use. I’ll be shutting Dossier down on Saturday when I move Depot to its new server. Everyone who may be affected by this has been notified, … Read

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Stratepedia at SIDLIT 2009

It’s official: Amber and I will be presenting at this summer’s Summer Institute of Distance Learning and Instructional Technology (SIDLIT), July 30-31, at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park. Amber’s presentation is about ScreenSteps, the software she uses to … Read

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