Today is supposed to be the turn around for warmer weather heading into Super Bowl weekend. Let's hope that's true. With all the stories about animals left out in the cold and Jaimie's refusal to wear snow boots, we're both looking to get out and put together a few thousand steps. According to my watch, … Continue reading This Week in Ontario Edublogs
This is quite amazing, to say the least. One of the Photoshop skills that you learn at any workshop is removing the background from a photo. I know that the first time I tried the concept (before I knew anything about Photoshop), I just took an image and brought it into a simple graphics program … Continue reading Gone, gone, gone
When the Ministry of Education licensed Photoshop Elements, I really went to town with it. I was an owner and user of the full Adobe Photoshop suite of things and could hold my own, I think, when it came to working the program and doing some post picture taking editing. If you've ever dabbled, you … Continue reading A new Canvas
Over the weekend, an upgrade to Chrome OS landed it at version... There was a time when I'd go off and start to read what's new. It can be very technical reading but I've now got the mindset that upgrades are a good thing and usually important. So, I get less geeky about them. This … Continue reading Listen to me, Google
So often, going to a conference can be made with just one excellent presentation. At the recent CSTA Conference, this session was one of those for me. It was entitled Maps, Movies, and Multiplayer Games Workshop at CSTA 2018. It was up against a session on sorting for me and walking all the way to that … Continue reading Some serious dragging and dropping
This isn't something for everyone but I was intrigued. Rumours have been going around about a new look for the Google Chrome browser. Of course, you can always apply themes to keep the look fresh. Right now, I use the theme "Android for Google Chrome" just because it's kind of dark-ish and green. It fits … Continue reading New look
I found this story particularly interesting this morning. In 2018, Windows died at home and nobody cared My first thought was this quote attributed to Mark Twain. The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated. Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/mark_twain_141773 There are many angles on this thing had my mind racing. I've long been a … Continue reading Will there be a wake?