Keeping track of things


I know that I’m not the only one that’s afraid of losing things! So often, I’ll be reading a story and want to do something with it or about it later. Just not right now. Depending upon the urgency, I’ll just leave the tab the resource is open in in my browser so that it’sContinue reading “Keeping track of things”

Great Day of Sharing and Learning


I started today as I normally would.  I grab a bowl of cereal and my iPad.  I open the News folder and then the Zite application. This is Doug’s current mode for finding out what’s happening.  It’s a big jump from the days when it used to be with a newspaper.  I’m constantly amazed atContinue reading “Great Day of Sharing and Learning”

Give a Little; Get Back a Lot


Recently, I had blogged about how to create Big Data Sets. At the core of the post was reference to the website generatedata.com.  For Computer Science teachers, this can be a real timesavers.  Rather than create significant test data files, use the utility here to generate data for you … lots of data. It comesContinue reading “Give a Little; Get Back a Lot”

New Diigo Extension


During my morning reads today, I ran across this story about Google’s London Web Labs.  “With more than 5m visitors so far, Google’s London Web Lab experiments are still going strong“.  As per my normal habits, I thought the story was interesting for me, might be for others, and it’s something that I would wantContinue reading “New Diigo Extension”