Tag Archives: Digital Passports

A two day whirlwind in Bucks County, PA

This week I had the distinct pleasure of visiting Bucks County, PA and do a few presentations. A few? Make that 7 in two days! Between a Day of Discovery for nearly 200 educators, a community night for 80+ parents, and then three high school assemblies, I think I may have met half the county!

Adobe Photoshop Express vs. Picnik

After months of waiting, Adobe has finally entered into the online photo editing arena with Adobe Photoshop Express. I’ve been waiting rather impatiently for this one, since I Adobe has always been the image editing king. I obviously had rather high hopes for it. That being said, I’ve been pretty darn impressed with Picnik.com, and

Drop it off with Drop.Io

There are a ton of ways to send files. There are plenty of other ways to stash files so that people can grab them. However, I don’t think there’s any other site out there that is quite as accessible as Drop.io When you register for an account with Drop.io, you get a website where you

Conference/Professional Development Overload

Attend a conference lately? I have. In fact, last week felt odd because I wasn’t at a conference. FETC, Discovery National Conference, IL-TCE and MACUL all in the last month. At each conference I heard the same general comment, “I’m overwhelmed.” Conferences are great, you connect with peers from all over, learning the latest and

Little Hands, Giant Reach

I did a presentation today at IL-TCE in Illinois about Web 2.0 for the early childhood educator and classroom. It’s called Little Hands, Giant Reach and was a heckuva lot of fun to do. Nothing like a roomful of early childhood educators in comedy club to create the perfect atmosphere for a blitz of Web

My Passion Quilt

(simulblogged) I don’t normally do too many meme’s. Most of them I feel perfectly happy passing on. But when Lee Kolbert tagged me with this one (called me out is more like it), I felt obligated to participate, in part due to the challenge of it. The 3 simple rules are: Post a picture from

Visible Body: Anatomy 2.0

Every once in a while you see a site and think to yourself, “THIS is what computers are all about.” Visible Body is one of those sites. When you load it up, it presents you with the human skeleton, every bone modeled in 3D with incredible attention to detail. You can zoom in on any