The excellent Wikispaces is now even easier to use thanks to ‘widgets’.
Google’s products usually tick all of my boxes:
Google Docs is no exception – especially now that they’ve added presentation features.
Amazon.com have launched a Digital Rights Management (DRM)-free online music store.
As expected, Google have included Google Presentations into their Google Apps suite – including Google Apps for Education.
The OLPC laptop, the machine which promised to bring cheap educational computing to Third World countries, is set to come in almost twice the $100 guide price.
From the dawn of civilization until the 21st century to be ‘literate’ has basically meant ‘to be adept at reading and writing’.
After a lot of research on Parkers and Autotrader we narrowed our search for a car for Hannah down to two.
Over at the EffectiveICT.co.uk Forum, Andrew Field made an interesting post which brought my attention to the situation of VLE (Virtual Learning Environments) within UK schools.
I’ve used Gliffy to outline the argument for my thesis proposal.
Over at the historyshareforum, a fellow resource-sharer named Patrick Horner replied in one thread that he’d like to see a brief guide on how to host multiple website using one web hosting account.