Daily Archives: September 11, 2008

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3rd Annual streamathon Schedule

3rd Annual streamathon Schedule

Below is a cross-post from Lance’s entry on the DEN Blog Network (on 9/8/08)….MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!! On September 23rd, from 9 AM EDT until 9 PM EDT, we’ll be sharing a new presentation every hour on the hour.  Come for 1 hour or spend the entire day with us! Click here to register for the event.  streamathon 2008

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More cameras –But first this message from Finland

There’s more to share about using camcorders–and their great lens–for web cams.  I’ve used the camcorder in the post below with Skype, iChat, and other apps, and will try a dead digital still camera next.  But first! This message from Finland, via Steve Dembo’s Nokia cellphone.   Not a bad “web cam” all by itself.   The

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More cameras –But first this message from Finland

There’s more to share about using camcorders–and their great lens–for web cams.  I’ve used the camcorder in the post below with Skype, iChat, and other apps, and will try a dead digital still camera next.  But first! This message from Finland, via Steve Dembo’s Nokia cellphone.   Not a bad “web cam” all by itself.   The

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heasulli's daily diigo bookmarks 09/11/2008

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Equipment Inventory

I just finished “grading” the first assignment from my Wilkes U. digital storytelling students and it got me thinking (along with an iChat I had with Hall Davidson and his daughter last week). I needed to know what equipment my students have at their disposal to make the videos that will be the bulk of

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BrainPop offers 9/11 Video

I got an email from BrainPop yesterday informing me of a new video on 9/11.  I immediately took a look and…wow…it is great. Using the popularity of Tim and Moby to tackle such a difficult subject for school-age children really works.  The video is informative without being shocking.  It sets a mood of respect and

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