links for 2010-11-14

  • Follower Review
    FollowerReview.com makes it easy to review your followers to get a sense of their tweets, and then give you the opportunity to follow them, block them, or mark them as spam.

  • http://www.jerrylewiscomedy.com/announcer.htm
    This is called the announcer’s test. It originated at Radio Central New York in the early 1940’s as a cold reading test given to prospective radio talent to demonstrate their speaking ability.  Use as a warmup for podcasting.

  • 15 Google Interview Questions That Will Make You Feel Stupid
    15 Google Interview Questions That Will Make You Feel Stupid

  • ImageStamper | Stay Copyright-safe
    ImageStamper is a free tool for keeping dated, independently verified copies of license conditions associated with creative commons images. You can use it to safeguard your use of free images from license changes, or to prove you are the original image creator.

  • Fill Any PDF Form
    FillAnyPDF.com is a website where you upload your PDF form and link to it so other people can fill it out and sign it online. No software is needed. Any PDF form can be used, even if it’s not “interactive”, so you can get started right away. You can even invite a group to fill out your forms and track the results. Anyone that collects signatures or filled out forms will find FillAnyPDF.com to be a valuable time-saving resource.

  • Google Demo Slam
    Demo Slam is a stage where charisma, and creativity counts.  Choose your tech and get the people who would never watch a tech demo to finally discover this coolness.

  • Historic Sites | Historic Holidays | Historvius
    Historvius helps you discover the world’s historic sites, from the most famous national treasures to the oft-forgotten hidden gems. You’ll get information on each historic site, directions, entry and contact details and comments from other users – everything you need for your perfect historic holiday.

  • Welcome to the NZACDITT website | NZACDITT
    The New Zealand Association for Computing, Digital Information Technology Teachers is a new association created to advocate for our subject. The aim of the association is to create a warm, friendly community of teachers where we can share resources and speak with one voice to get our subject area recognised and supported.

 

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