Stratepedia picks for April 6, 2012


  • Dropbox Referrals Now Earn You Twice as Much Free Space: Need more space on Dropbox? Still have friends and colleagues not already using the insanely popular file syncing and sharing service? You can now get a cool 500 megabytes of space by referring someone to sign up, for a maximum of 32 GB. (If you’ve signed up for Dropbox’s pro level, you can get a whole gigabyte per referral–not too bad!) If you’re using Dropbox to share video, you’ll want to take advantage of this.
  • Grid-it!: After pulling a mess of cables, adapters, and plugs from my backpack for the umpteenth time last week, I remembered something I’d bookmarked last fall. This clever organizer helps you keep all that stuff neatly together. It’s not just for computer stuff–I may get a second to keep things in my car (and a third to keep things in my truck).


  • 40 iPhone Features and Shortcuts: This blogpost lists some tips and tricks to try on your iPhone with iOS 5. I’ve had my new phone for a few months now and didn’t know about several of these handy features. These tips cover everything from using your volume button as a camera shutter to adding italicized text in an email.

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Aaron Sumner

Aaron Sumner is the Director of Technology for Research and Development at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has worked in web development and instructional technology since 1994.