Monthly Archives: March 2012

Stratepedia Picks for March 30, 2012

Aaron PDF Pals: This list of apps, reviewed and ranked by the editors of MacWorld, is worth looking at if you’re in the market for an app that will allow you to annotate PDF files on your iPad. BrowserQuest is … Read

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Boost iPad productivity with the new Box OneCloud app

Box, an entrant in the Dropbox-style file syncing and sharing game, on Wednesday introduced a pretty exciting new service and corresponding app for iOS devices. First, the app: Box has been available for iOS for awhile, but this update offers … Read

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On the road with Scrivener, Simplenote & iPad

Last week, my family spent four beautiful, mostly unplugged days in the bayou in Louisiana. Because I am the early riser in our family, I wanted to take advantage of that alone time while the boys were sleeping to make … Read

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Stratepedia picks for March 23, 2012

Aaron Fitbit: Looking to live healthier, through data? Check out the Fitbit (pictured above). I picked one up to see if it could be used in a proposal idea we’ve been knocking around, and have been wearing it for most … Read

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2 useful and free email-based publications

The following two resources are free email-based subscriptions that I’ve signed up for and find useful. Each resource sends a few emails a week with news, upcoming webinars, and interesting articles related to business, technology, and/or education. 1. Learning Solutions … Read

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5 Safari extensions I use every day

I’m not ashamed to admit that, even as a web developer, I prefer Safari to Chrome and Firefox on my Mac (Windows is another story). Many of you who use Macs may use Safari by default since it came installed … Read

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Stratepedia Picks for March 16, 2012

Aaron How 30 Minutes a Day Can Increase Your Intelligence: Interesting thoughts on how you can learn a new skill, read more books, and just improve yourself in general. The next step might be some suggested curricula for popular skills–for … Read

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TED announces education initiative: TED-Ed

This week TED rolled out their newest concept for inquisitive minds, named TED-ed. This exciting initiative invites teachers to submit their best lessons to be shared online. Teachers will then get the opportunity to work with experts at TED to … Read

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Hands on with the Khan Academy iPad app

Khan Academy fans, fire up your App Stores: The online video tutorial powerhouse has released a native iPad app to give learners anytime, anywhere access to the thousands of lectures available on the site. In spite of my reservations of … Read

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Stratepedia picks for March 9, 2012

Aaron Reeder for Mac: I’ve been a long-time NetNewsWire fan for my RSS feeds. Once upon a time it was the only game in town for native Mac RSS readers with feed syncing (meaning I could keep my feeds’ read/not … Read

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