Is your blog mobile friendly? Why should you be asking yourself this questions? It’s not just because a mobile device is the way many are viewing your site. You want to ask yourself this questions because of changes happening in April to the way Google will be ranking sites based on mobile-friendliness in their search algorithm. Starting April 21, 2015, Google will be expanding their use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking
VR or Virtual Reality doesn’t have to be $350 headsets or variety of complicated devices hooked together. Virtual Reality made simple with Google Cardboard and your smartphone, including many Android and iOS devices, can be the affordable way to bring VR to the masses. It’s amazing how simple this device is and it could be built by someone for under $7 with parts. Most easy to assemble versions are being
Magisto magically creates video in just a few clicks of a button from your unedited videos and photos. Magisto is both a web tool and app (both Android & iOS) that can be used to create creative content on the fly utilizing various videos and photos without the pain of spending hours editing and splicing it all together. Utilizing an artificial intelligence this cloud based software can splice together both
I’m excited to announce that we’re bringing the best content from the Florida Blogger & Social Media Conference (FLBlogCon) and gearing it specifically to an educational setting. With a push to get students and teacher’s blogging and using social media, we can be your best guide to implementation, best practices, innovative ideas, and practical use when dealing with the unique student demographic. Our presenters include real teachers who are
Google Glass XE12 updates hit Glass Explorers this week with a few requested features needed before it makes it public debut in 2014 (I’m guessing it will). Screen Lock Option Finally Google Glass owner can have a little bit of protection of their personal information by activating the latest screen lock feature in Glass. This is create by activating the feature in settings to setup a particular set of taps
Awesome for educators! Google Maps recently launched the Google Maps Engine public data program, allowing organizations to distribute their map content to consumers using Google’s cloud infrastructure. Through this program, National Geographic has shared over 500 of their historic maps. To learn more about how to utilize these maps and others in the classroom, check out the Official Google Blog post: http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2013/12/national-geographic-shares-rich-map.html.