Fetchnotes Launches A Simple, Cloud-Based Note-Taking Service (That Twitter Users Will Love) | TechCrunch
Fetchnotes is a promising, lightweight note-taking app for list makers and idea-havers which looks deceptively simple. But that simplicity is actually one of Fetchnotes’ key selling points.
What’s a connected educator? « What Ed Said
I know it’s nothing new any more. If you’re reading this blog you are probably part of a community of connected educators. We read blogs. We write blogs. We share resources and ideas via Twitter. We meet at online conferences. We collaborate via Googledocs and wikis and Skype.
Apple wants to make it easy for non-programmers to build iOS apps
A new digital content authoring tool from Apple could make it simple for people without a background in programming to build their own iOS applications for the iPhone and iPad.
The Teacher Report: 5 Ways to Make BYOD Work For Y… – WeAreTeachers
Across socioeconomic divides, students have more access to personal cell phones, tablets, and computers than ever before. So why not harness the power of that technology in school? Whether your district has an established bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy or whether you’re just beginning to explore the idea, here are some best practices for making BYOD a success.
Microsoft Launches a Subsidiary for Open-Source Efforts
According to GeekWire, Microsoft is stepping up its game when it comes to involvement in open-source initiatives. The company has announced a new subsidiary called “Microsoft Open Technologies Inc.”, which will handle open-source products and standards projects for the company.
Edmodo for Summer Professional Development | Edmodo – Safe Social Networking for Schools
With the school year soon coming to a close, many schools and districts are planning summer professional development and technology training sessions. That is why, over the coming weeks, we will be offering a series of webinars that will give administrators the tools they need to hold inservices on Edmodo.
Moving at the Speed of Creativity – Why Every Teacher Should Become an App Creator by Chris Thompson
These are my notes from Chris Thompson‘s breakout session, “Why Every Teacher Should Become an App Creator” at the 2012 Mobile Learning Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on April 11, 2012. MY THOUGHTS AND COMMENTS ARE IN ALL CAPS. The official conference session description was:
Apple denies DoJ allegations of collusion, says it broke up Amazon monopoly
Apple has spoken out against the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit filed against the company earlier this week, noting that the launch of its iBookstore actually broke “Amazon’s monopolistic grip on the publishing industry.”
Apple Releases Java Update To Officially Fix Flashback Trojan Vulnerability, Update Now! | Redmond Pie
Apple has today pushed out an update for OS X which it hopes will close hole that allowed the Flashback Trojan to infect over half a million Macs.
Apple looking to make iOS app creation easier with new authoring tool
AppleInsider spotted an interesting patent application this morning entitled ‘Content Configuration for Device Platforms.’ The document was filed by Apple on December 15th of last year.
Minds of Modern Mathematics from IBM available for iPad | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog
Math is one of those disciplines that has a long and colorful history. If you want to learn more about the great math minds of the past, you should download Minds of Modern Mathematics from IBM.
Why #FollowFriday Is So Important | voicEd.ca
Why #FollowFriday Is So Important
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