It was after reading this story this morning The Man Who Invented the World Wide Web Has Mixed Feelings About What the Internet Has Become that I got thinking about the "good old days" when we just went online to do research or reading or communicating or whatever. We actually paid for the service so … Continue reading A better internet?
Welcome back to school in Ontario. Today's the big day for most. I decided to drag out this old "Post from the Past". It goes back to the start of the school year in 2012. I thought that it was good advice then and I am equally as convinced that it's just as good or … Continue reading Plan Now for a Year of Social Success
Hootsuite posted this to their blog and made it available on December 29. Managing Your Social Media Profiles While On Holiday I suppose that it could, or should, be posted/reposted during any holiday period as a way to remind folks that there is a great deal of power available in the tools that you use. … Continue reading Managing Social Media
I never really thought about this for the longest time. A new tab was just a new tab and a place to start browsing anew while not losing the original focus on the previous tab. I really bought into the concept of multiple tabs so that I could do and work on a couple of … Continue reading Starting New
A couple of weeks ago, my friend Patti Henderson asked me if I had ever used the Flowboard application. I had read and bookmarked an article Flowboard App Will Be The Most Important Free App You Download This Month [Daily Feebie] but that was about it. She indicated that she was going to give it a … Continue reading Patti’s Great Northern Cottage Adventure
Any day now, there are many educators that will be starting Additional Qualification courses over the summer. There are a couple of things that will be certain to happen during these courses. Some sort of goofy ice-breaking, get-to-know-ya activity. This activity will definitely take up at least the first hour of any course. They are … Continue reading A List for Learning
In our daily phone conversations, ECOO Conference co-chair Cyndie Jacobs and I cover so much. Today, we were talking about some of the exhibitors and I was excited to learn that the company behind Planboard would be attending the conference. I had met one of the people involved, Suraj Srinivas, at the Ontario Google Summit … Continue reading Getting Started with Planboard