Happy Follow Friday…
Do you ever get bored looking at the same old website – you know with conservative fonts so that they work on every device known to internet-kind? If that’s the case, you might want to spice it up with FontFonter. For today’s post, I decided to spice up the Ontario Educators’ list.
It’s a simple process. Just head to the FontFonter website and submit a URL to substitute a font. In this case, I submitted the Ontario Educators’ list – http://www.twitter.com/dougpete/ontario-educators/. I couldn’t resist picking Super Grotesk from the list of fonts!
There is no Comic Sans. Isn’t that great?
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Web2.0 vs Web2.0 or how social media differs from traditional websites
The 7 Golden Rules of Using Technology in Schools | MindShift
Sometimes teachers and administrators need a kick in the pants to see what they perceive as problems re-framed in a different way. Adam S. Bellow, author of The Tech Commandments, and founder of eduTecher, spoke to a roomful of receptive teachers at the recent ISTE 2011 conference, and demonstrated some of the ironies and contradictions the education system is mired in. And he had some advice.
How To Turn Your Netbook Into a Chromebook with Chromium OS
Google recently released their own line of Chrome OS-clad netbooks, but with only a few choices and a somewhat high price tag, you might be more comfortable running Chrome OS on your own machine. Here’s how to install it on your current laptop or netbook.
Column Five Media • Infographic: Meet the Tweeters
Twitter adoption among U.S. Internet users has increased by leaps and bounds. A recent Pew Survey of 2,277 adult internet users reveals exactly who is tweeting.
BBC News | Sci/Tech | The colour of money
Forget Park Lane and Mayfair – if you want to win at Monopoly, you should head down market.
Alec Jacobson – Computer Games – Super Transformation
Super Transformation – geometry educational game
Google Plus Search, Google Plus Directory | Find People on Plus
Search by Name, Profession, Location, anything!
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