Monthly Archives: September 2010

links for 2010-09-30

NY Judge Says Facebook Posts Can Be Used as Court Evidence — Even if They're Private I've said it before: Be careful what you put online, it could come back to haunt you. (tags: social_media legal) Veni, Vidi, Googli: Google … Read

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How to start a movement

In this very short TED talk, Derek Sivers shifts the usual perspective on the role of presenters and leaders.  He explains that it actually takes the first follower to really put an idea into motion.

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links for 2010-09-29

Survey of Kids: Physical Books Here to Stay, In Parallel to Rise of E-Readers Interesting statistics on kids and e-books. (tags: e-books reading) Three more free video converters Useful Mac software to convert video clips to different formats. (tags: mac software … Read

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3 ways to learn Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop, available for both Mac and PC, is a software designed to create and edit graphics.  It doesn’t take a professional designer by any means to use Photoshop, but it can be challenging to get the hang of it … Read

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links for 2010-09-28

Kindle Comes to the Web You can now preview Kindle books online. (tags: kindle) Social Network Content Creation Has Plateaued [STUDY] Looks like social media is becoming more passive. (tags: social_media) RIM introduces PlayBook — the BlackBerry tablet First look … Read

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Educational content for Roku digital video players

The updated Apple TV will begin arriving in customers’ homes this week, but I’m holding out. I’m a big fan of the Roku, an affordable device that connects to your television and streams media from the likes of Netflix, Pandora, … Read

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links for 2010-09-27

Kno Creates 14-inch Tablet For Students This slick-looking tablet is being targeted to college students; the company already has deals with several textbook publishers. (tags: tablets e-books textbooks) Microsoft Upgrades Bing iPhone App With New Travel, Maps Features A new … Read

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Video of Dropbox for Professional Developers webcast now available

Last week I held two webcast sessions on Dropbox, a free online file sharing and synchronization service I want you all to try out. The video of Tuesday’s session is embedded below, in case you missed the sessions or want … Read

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links for 2010-09-26

Clive, Sir's list of educational technology resources This is a huge list of online resources for educators, including web-based apps, free audio sources, and games. (tags: technology education audio) 7 Ways Mobile Apps are Enriching Historical Tourism Great examples of … Read

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links for 2010-09-25

Facebook Wants You To ‘Like’ More Stuff, Officially Launches ‘Page Browser’ Facebook now makes it easier for you to find Facebook Pages you might be interested in Liking. Don't forget to Like Stratepedia while you're at it. (tags: facebook)

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