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How to share video directly from your iPhone or iPad with Dropbox

Last week I mentioned an update to the online sharing service Box, allowing you to directly upload video and photos from your phone to a shared folder. It turns out you can do this with Dropbox as well–and since I … 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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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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Stratepedia picks for February 17, 2012

We’re trying something new this week, inspired by a podcast I’ve been listening to. Below are a handful of interesting things to share we’ve each found this past week–maybe about technology, maybe not. Have fun and see you next week. … Read

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Can I still use my Flip camera with my new Mac?

Amber recently discovered that, apparently, some folks still haven’t heard that Cisco killed the Flip video camera line. The news has been taken especially hard by educators, many of whom embraced the cheap, easy-to-use devices in their classrooms (and are … Read

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Links for Tuesday, February 7: Layered multitasking, avoiding online scams, and questioning Khan Academy

Happy Tuesday–today I’ve got three links to share with you and hope you’ll take some time this week to look over each of them. Layering: Multitasking That Actually Works: This article details a tactic I’ve always used to stay up-to-date … Read

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5 new gadgets unveiled at CES this week

Many new technology trends and gadgets were introduced at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas.  This is the world’s largest tradeshow and hosts consumer technology exhibitors in more than 30 product categories. Here are the top five devices that caught … Read

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Use the P2V USB camera to record directly to your computer

The Point 2 View USB Document Camera captures pictures and videos while instantly uploading the recordings to your computer. This camera is easily compatible with both PC and Mac and seamlessly integrates with most instant messaging applications. Use this camera to … Read

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YouTube now offering schools filtered access to educational content

Many schools still filter or completely block YouTube from being accessed by students and teachers on their networks. While this keeps a lot of questionable content off of school computers, it also limits teachers from being able to use a … Read

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Spending a month with Google+, Week 4

This is the final installation of my month spent exploring Google’s social networking site, Google+. Another useful feature, Hangouts, allows you to host video conferences with up to nine other people at once. This short video gives a demonstration of … Read

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