applist.me — There’s a list for that!
applist.me allows you to share a list of all your iPhone- and iPad-Applications with your friends, your colleagues and your family. Nothing more, nothing less.
We where frustrated that there are gazillion of Apps to choose from, but no easy way of sharing and showing your collection to a friend – other than to hand him your iPhone. We wanted App-recommendations from friends, not from newspapers. That’s why we build applist.me. Follow or contact us on Twitter.
12 Social Media Tools Recommended by the Pros | Social Media Examiner
In our recent Social Media Success Summit, there were presentations that covered all the key topics you need to make your social media marketing easy. In this article, I’ll share 12 of those tools that were recommended by the pros.
Sites for Using iPads in Education by Lisa Nielsen
Following an iPad in Education workshop led by Meg Wilson (@iPodsibilities on Twitter) that was held at Apple last week, I asked an Apple employee to share with me useful materials for follow up.
From iCloud to Dropbox: 5 Cloud Services Compared | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
With the recent announcement of iCloud, Apple joins Google, Amazon and Microsoft in their aggressive push into cloud computing, in a race to reel customers into their media ecosystems.
The general idea of the “cloud” is to store your media on the internet so you can access it from any device anywhere, as opposed to leaving it on a hard drive. Now with cloud services, we can juggle around our data between multiple gadgets.
How To Get Better Grades Using Social Media [Infographic] – Edudemic
But is that such a terrible thing? According to a new infographic by Masters in Education, social media may actually help students get better grades. One of the most jaw-dropping figures featured in the image below is that ‘heavy’ social media users actually got better grades than ‘light’ social media users. While there is obviously more to this story than this boiled-down infographic, it is both entertaining and informative (just like all infogrpahics, no?)
Is Processing Power Becoming Less Important? ~ Chris Pirillo
Is Processing Power Becoming Less Important?
Use the power of WordPress to transform online content into an electronic book.
Vancouver Riots [360 INTERACTIVE VIDEO] | northStudio
Our interactive media division northStudio360 was in Vancouver to film what we expected to be a fun event. Previous game nights had in fact gone exceptionally well. The city of Vancouver and the police had taken every measure to make this a fun event.
E-Books and Wi-Fi Up, Open Hours Down at Public Libraries
Findings in the 2011 Public Library Funding & Technology Access Study continue to reflect how libraries have become community hubs for publicly available computers and Internet connectivity. More Americans are relying on technology in libraries to hunt for jobs, to fill out government forms, and to simply browse the Web. In fact, 64 percent of library locations said they are the only provider of free public computer and Internet access in their communities.
How To Use Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC] – AllTwitter
When you’re new on Twitter, things can be a little confusing.
The initial learning curve is pretty steep. There’s so much to learn, and because Twitter is so fast and everything zooms by in real-time, the pressure to catch up and to ‘get it’ can be overwhelming.
Otixo: Access all your online files
Access all your online files
from a single app. Really!
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