My Google Glass Explorer journey, in partnership with TriNet, started with an early morning flight to NYC from Orlando to visit the city that never sleep (I didn’t get much sleep either getting up at 4 am). I had a 3 pm appointment with the Google Glass team at Chelsea Market, so I had a few hours to explorer the city on foot before making my way there. Exploring the
I don’t just search Kickstarter for mind blowing technology that could change the world. I really love finding fun geeky gadgets like Poppy, which is a cute little device that lets you view and record 3-D photos and videos from your iPhone. Poppy is one of the newest little gadget to go up on Kickstarter, offering up a new fun toy for anyone who likes to shoot or view 3-D
I recently travel with my Learning Technology Services teammates to Instructurecon (#Instcon) 2013 in Park City, Utah to present a session, learn more about Instructure Canvas, what other institutions are doing with Canvas, and about upcoming features. During this three day event I learn a lot more about the Canvas road map, LTIs, APIs, Canvas support, and how ridiculous we all looked in the 80’s. Day 1 kicked off with Josh
Did you miss my webinar “Engaging Diverse Learning Styles with Web and Mobile Multimedia Tools that Add Pizzazz to SoftChalk Content” by SoftChalk on June 5, 2013? To accommodate diverse learning styles as well as access to mobile content it has become increasingly important to use multimedia and instructional tools that enhance lessons. The tools featured in this webinar will be either free or cheap resources that easily incorporate a
Check out this photo gallery from BarCamp Orlando hosted at Wall Street Plaza on May 18, 2013. Check out this video featuring lots of other photos from the event.
Cropping an object out of an photo in an image editor can be a tricky task, even with expensive photo editing software. A new web app Clipping Magic does it for you in seconds. All you have to do is paint the foreground object one color, the background object another, and the app does the work for you. Just drag and drop a photo onto the site, and you’ll get a