OTR Links for 07/19/2011
Modkit is an in-browser graphical programming environment for microcontrollers. Modkit allows you to program Arduino and Compatible hardware using simple graphical blocks and/or traditional text code.
Leslie Fisher’s ISTE Gadget presentation
This site will provide you with links, ideas, tips, and much more for supporting the use of infographics as an assessment option in the classroom. The site has three informational pages, linked on the right.
Stixy: For Flexible Online Creation Collaboration and Sharing
We’ve made it fun and incredibly
easy for you to collaborate with
your friends and family online.
The Global Read Aloud Project
The Global Read Aloud project is so exciting because it creates an international book club for our classes. My fifth grade students from Seoul, Korea will be able to talk, discuss, and share with students from all over the world about Tuck Everlasting. Thanks to the Internet, we can connect to classrooms thousands of miles away, something that I could never imagine doing when I was in fifth grade.
g.co – Google
You’ve arrived at this page because you typed or linked to “g.co”, Google’s official URL shortcut just for Google websites.
Whenever you see a short “g.co” link, you can trust that it will always take you to a Google product or service.
Twilio – tarpipe help
The Twilio connector lets you send SMS messages and make voice phone calls using Twilio.
µTorrent Plus – µTorrent Labs – Community – µTorrent – a (very) tiny BitTorrent client
µTorrent Plus is designed for people who live beyond the PC. It’s a single solution to find, get and play content anywhere, on any device. No more hassles with codecs or conversion, and easy shifting of content to devices.
101 Brilliant Bloggers Talk About Google+ — BlogWorld & New Media Expo Blog
Today, I have a special edition for Brilliant Bloggers for you all – on the subject that absolutely everybody that seems to writing about: Google+. Since this new social media platform is brand new, I didn’t single out anyone’s posts like I usually do, but instead groups them into topic areas. If you wrote a post about Google+ as well that I missed, believe me, it was definitely unintentional/ Please feel free to comment with a link to your post!
BBC News – The Beatles in the USA
As they visited Washington DC and Baltimore a young photographer, Mike Mitchell, snapped dozens of images of John, Paul, George and Ringo.
Now, after being filed away for nearly 50 years, these never seen before black-and-white photographs are being sold at auction at Christie’s in New York.
Take a look at some of them, and hear The Beatles perform and talk about their visits to the USA.
Twitter From @A to @Z – Alexis Madrigal – Technology – The Atlantic
Highlighting Twitter users with a single letter
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.