Hello, there, mini. Let’s restore you from your backup and get to work! Note to self: next time, before handing in iPad, take screenshots of the icon configuration. (I’m glad I blogged my goodbye to the old model, because I can reconstruct the home screen from that photo.)
It’s been nice knowing you, iPad3, but #SetonHill is upgrading me to a mini. Serve your new owner well!
3 KTVU staff fired over airing of fake Asiana Airlines pilot names. richliebermanreport.blogspot.com/2013/07/exclus…
A very useful, concise summary of web-enabled wisdom. In my years working in technology, I have learned a few things. These lessons have become oft-repeated refrains when speaking to people, so I thought I’d collect them so I have a link to send folks when needed. 10 Rules of Internet – Anil Dash via @Historiator
Moodle is a free course-management tool that many schools (including mine) use to manage the online components of courses (including computer-graded quizzes, discussion forums, and the submission of online papers). The tool is powerful, but the interface offers a bewildering array of options, so that casual users are often dismayed by how many checkboxes it takes to configure an operation that seems like it should be a simple thing. Overheard…
By the way, I won.