Archive for February, 2007
There are quite a few book publishing sites on the web, but Blurb is my favorite. First, great quality. Second, real color dust covers, rather then the cutout square covers most other companies sell. Third, very reasonable pricing. For this past Christmas I put together a book of old Family photographs that none of the [...]
Veotag is an interesting video sharing site where you can ‘tag’ sections of your video. These tags appear along with your video, and users can jump to any portion of a presentation by clicking one of the tags. Whar’s even nicer is that the tags are searchable in the major search engines and when you [...]
Pullman Square – July 2006 Originally uploaded by Doug Quaid. This is the picture with attached notes as referenced in my interview on Ed Tech Chatter. Click the picture to go to the Flickr page.
The map below appears courtesy of the GeoPress plugin. I can see this being used to let your blog viewers track the progress of a trip you are taking. INSERT_MAP
Jott.comÂ offers an interesting service. Suppose I’m in my car doing my long commute to SCOCA, and I have an idea, or I need to remind myself of something. All I need to do is call the Jott number, and I can leave a message up to 15 seconds long. The message is converted to [...]
A really funny video from Alvin Trusty Â [youtube]oT9XoJLDNjE[/youtube] From Alvinâ€™s Educational Technology Blog
I need to get thie blog going again, andÂ I intend to post everyday.