Yesterday, I had mused a bit about search engines. I got some interesting questions - Dogpile? Why certainly! Why just "Go" when you can "Go Fetch"? Many people just stick with the default search engine that comes with their browser and that's OK. Search engines generally all do a wonderful job of bringing back good … Continue reading Better answers
One of the days that you really have to be on your toes as a teacher is April Fools' Day. You never know what your charges will be up to. In reality, it's not all that terribly difficult to know that something is up. First, there's the distraction in the hallway before class when you … Continue reading April 1
I've mentioned before that I use Symbaloo as one of the start tabs on my computers. It's a great way to have links to a lot of resources. Here's one of my home pages. If you care to, go ahead and psycho analyze my browsing habits! These webmixes can be created and shared with others, … Continue reading Having it all
I'm not sure how best to describe Hover Zoom, an extension to Google Chrome, except that I find it indispensible! It almost transforms your web browsing experience into 3D. (Well, at least images jump off the page at you!) The premise is relatively simple. So often, you hit a web page and the author has … Continue reading Hover Zoom
Try it out here live on my wiki...