What is this geek speak you are writing about called QR Code? It’s a two-dimensional bar code storing addresses and URLs, is a widely used technology in Japan and elsewhere that can be scanned with camera phones equipped with the appropriate reader. It’s likely to gain ground quickly in the U.S. now that Google has sent out a QR code to 100,000 of the most popular companies. When those companies
No, I’m not saying social bookmarking tools are edible but if they were what flavor would they be? I’m talking about a very simple to use tool called Delicious (http://delicious.com/) that allows you to share bookmarks (favorite websites) with everyone, make them private, or share with only certain people in your network. It will allow you to save the URL, create a title, create a short description, and create tags
Sometimes I like to let me creative juice flow and have a little graphic design fun. I’m no expert but I like to have fun in photoshop and a few other programs to come up with creative ideas. A few months ago I figured out how to build a custom Twitter background in Photoshop from a simple mock layout. It’s not always as easy as you think, because Twitter background
When it comes to Twitter Applications (Twitter, Facebook, WordPress) there are unlimited applications and being a regular Twitter user I will never ask you to stick to one single twitter client. I recently ( 4 months back) started using hootsuite which is a web client for twitter and it’s free. I have multiple Twitter, Facebook, WordPress profiles . One for my personal profile and others are education related. Hootsuite has everything.
Favorite Free Tools for Educators – Part 1 (much more to come in future post) #1 Jing – Free Screen Shot & Recording Tool Snap a picture of your screen. Record video of onscreen action. Share instantly over the web, IM, email. http://www.jingproject.com/ #2 YouTube Upload videos up to 15 minutes in length Share videos to millions or use privacy settings Unlisted privacy option allows videos to now be available