In his “Confessions,” which dates from the end of the fourth century, St. Augustine famously hears a voice telling him to “pick up and read.” He interprets this as a command from God to pick up the Bible, open it at random and read the first passage he sees. He does so, the scales fall [...]
Just after training camp closed last year, Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron wondered if the Ravens could put their several-hundred page playbook on some sort of tablet reader.
A few weeks later, Head Coach John Harbaugh asked the same question.
Now, after almost a year of development, the Ravens’ playbook is completely on a set of [...]
Basic tablets (they’re available with all sorts of bells and whistles, the most notable being multitouch), are cheap additions to the classroom, and affordable enough that teachers and professors can simply buy the tablets themselves. The overhead projector might be dead, but for educators who miss the great lessons they could deliver with a few [...]
Depression Dog Successfully Previewed HTML in DIY LOL GENERATOR THEN CREATED <BR> THIS POSTER
Predictably, Wired celebrates the freedom that comes from depending on computers instead if your own memory. (The story includes a link to Nicholas Carr’s opposing view.)
By sharing and comparing our memories, we can ensure that we still have some facts in common, that we all haven’t disappeared down the private rabbit hole of our [...]
My to-do do list and my “Follow Up” folders aren’t empty, but going into the July 4 weekend, it’s nice to see an empty in box.
GMail’s strategy or replacing the “delete” button with “archive” means I felt more comfortable moving things out of my in box. I also like that GMail uses tags, not [...]
The world is divided into two types of people: those who prefer Track Changes in Word and those who prefer to write collaboratively in Google Docs. Which one are you? –Blog U.: Are You a Word Track Changes or Google Docs Person? – Technology and Learning – Inside Higher Ed.
Our wonderful IT folks have set up a push-the-button-and-it-just-works conversion from MS Outlook to GMail.
My only real concern is that this gives me yet another GMail account where I might lose something… is there a way to cross-link GMail accounts? Time to Google for an answer.
Update: As part of the transfer process, [...]