Free Keynote Mockup Templates for iPhone, iPad, Android, … – Keynotopia
With Keynotopia Mockup Bundle, you can sketch user interfaces using Apple Keynote.
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iPad App of the Week – MindGenius for iPad
Like an audible Instapaper, SpokenLayer lets you listen to the Web — Tech News and Analysis
Plenty of startups give you new and different ways to read content on the Web, but NY-based SpokenLayer wants to give you a way to hear it.
Top 12 Things You Learned In School That Your Students Won’t | TeachHUB
For better or worse, some teaching topics and students lessons are falling out of favor in current curriculum.
Here are the top 12 things you learned in school that may not be taught today:
How and Why to Make Your Digital Publications Matter | DMLcentral
The keywords are “relevant” and “professional” and how you present your digital contributions is not only key to your success, but also itself contributes to the larger culture of peer learning.
8 FREE Online Computer Science Courses for Beginners and Advances Users
Many people want to learn computer science, but not many can afford to do so at the best institutions. Fortunately many of the best institutions in the world are opening up their courses so you can take a course from Stanford, MIT or Harvard simply by going online and learning at your own pace. Here are 8 ways you can take advantage of this.
How to Increase Performance Ubuntu PC/Laptop with Low RAM – Ubuntu Portal
If you have PC/Laptop and installed Ubuntu with low RAM or a lower-powered laptop. Now you could worried about the performance. In this brief i want to share how to increase its performance is make more use of RAM instead of swap disk (which is slow).
Instagram’s $Billion Platform Powered by Ubuntu Linux – InternetNews.
While there are a number of components that contribute to Instagram’s success, it’s important to realize that Linux is one of them. While the front-end of Instagram is an iOS (and now Android) client there is also a back-end.
Doodle 4 Google 2012 Winner Travels to Pirate Times – Search Engine Watch (#SEW)
It’s the coloring contest that blows all others out of the water. Second-grader Dylan Hoffman of Caledonia, Wisconsin, scored a $30,000 college scholarship, a $50,000 technology grant for his school, and a Chromebook as the winner of Doodle 4 Google 2012.
Google Chrome market share tops Internet Explorer, now No.1 globally
Google’s Chrome Web browser has continued to gain market share since its introduction in 2008. Despite surpassing Internet Explorer in select regions and on weekends, Google’s browser has never been able to dethrone Microsoft in global usage share.
Google Docs Research Tool: A Review – ProfHacker – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Yesterday I was unusually intrigued by a little yellow notification in a Google Doc I was working on. It informed me of a new Google Doc feature called “Research Tool.” Who could resist playing with a feature so named?
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