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Your own web presence – Cheaper than a tall skinny mocha double soy latte 0

Your own web presence – Cheaper than a tall skinny mocha double soy latte

I was looking through my RSS feed this morning and noticed that FatCow is running a deal that give you full featured web hosting for $2.95/mo – which is $35/yr.  For the cost of...

Classdroid – an Android-based assessment application 1

Classdroid – an Android-based assessment application

I saw a few Twitter messages from my PLN (@timlauer) about Classdroid today and thought I’d take a look and see what it was and how it worked.  John McClear ( @johnmclear ) is...

Gephi – a powerful data visualization tool – Like Photoshop™ for graphs. 0

Gephi – a powerful data visualization tool – Like Photoshop™ for graphs.

Gephi is an open source tool that enable people to explore and understand large (or small) amounts of data and allows one to represent that data into a wide variety of graphical forms.  The...

Yet another netbook O/S – MeeGo 0

Yet another netbook O/S – MeeGo

Trying out MeeGo on my ASUS 1000H netbook.   So far, I’ve installed Windows 7, Ubuntu Netbook Remix, Moblin and Jolicloud on it in search of a favorite.  MeeGo is a Linux distrobution formed by...

Google Web Elements as a way to embed rich content into your blog, wiki or other site. 0

Google Web Elements as a way to embed rich content into your blog, wiki or other site.

Sometimes you just find great things by accident – and I just found another.  Google Web Elements is another one of those things that will allow you to embed several types of helpful Google...

Missing card reader in Windows 7 fix 0

Missing card reader in Windows 7 fix

This morning while trying to get some video from an SD card to my computer, I noticed that my card reader was missing from Windows Explorer.  It’s always been there in Windows XP and...

National Education Technology Plan 0

National Education Technology Plan

I finally had a couple of minutes to scan the National Education Technology Plan released by the US DoE OET (love the acronym salad) at http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/os/technology/index.html In brief, the take away I get from...

Who needs a “teacher/professor” anymore? 0

Who needs a “teacher/professor” anymore?

I’m taking editorial liberties with the title of the article at Macleans, as I think the thoughts in the article can apply also to K-12 as well.  Through the use of easily obtainable technology...