This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Again this week, there was some great reading from the Ontario Edublogger group.  I’d like to pass along some of my reading.  Please take the time to visit their blogs.  Remember “A Little Help From My Friends“. Frustrating Adventures in Literature Danika Barker has long used social media to share the really great things inContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

OTR Links 11/30/2012


3 Free Tools for Creating Your Own Infographics | Entrepreneur.com RT @shadiyazdan: 3 Free Tools for Creating Your Own Infographics http://t.co/68ThQzfD tags: via:packrati.us Student Contest | Write a Rap About the News of 2012 – NYTimes.com Student Contest | Write a Rap About the News of 2012 – http://t.co/Q4L66ZzMhttp://t.co/kcfCFmB4 via @Shareaholic tags: via:packrati.usContinue reading “OTR Links 11/30/2012”

When Counters Fail


My friend Andy and I have played DrawSomething for a long time.  How long, I don’t recall.  Perhaps he does and will add it in to the comments below.  We lived through the acquistion by Znyga and were pleased when they extended the number of games.  The new limit of 999 seemed to be unreachable.Continue reading “When Counters Fail”

OTR Links 11/29/2012


Geotag Photos Online “Tag your photos with geo coordinates!” tags: geotagging Rockmelt Blog | Rockmelt Tip: Adding Wild Feeds Rockmelt Tip: Adding Wild Feeds – via @Rockmelt for iPad http://t.co/wNe6GDoZ tags: via:packrati.us Photo by essexcountylibrary • Instagram RT @EssexCountyLib: YUM. That’s the Amherstburg library, in gingerbread form. It’s also the grand prize winning entry inContinue reading “OTR Links 11/29/2012”

Of course, Alfred


Yesterday, my friend Alfred Thompson threw this Twitter message by me… Now, I know that he doesn’t get it.  When we’re together at events like the CSTA Symposium, he just doesn’t understand it when I complain loudly that I long for a good cup of coffee. But still, he felt compelled to run this TwitterContinue reading “Of course, Alfred”