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Wayne Holly

Here comes Yahoo's own Web browser -- Axis | Internet & Media - CNET News - 35 views

    Yahoo's search group attempts to take control of its destiny by launching its own browser. Surprise: It's good.
Martin Burrett

KidZui - The Internet for Kids - 55 views

    A simple, safe web browser for young children. They can save favourites, and have links to games and educational sites.

ThinkDrive - Bloom's Taxonomy Activities for a Digital Age! - 105 views

    The blurred line between gaming consoles and real life educational / scientific devices has just been erased. No it's not April 1. Fascinating. Thanks to Craig Crossley for the link. If you haven't seen the Johnny Lee video under this one, it is amazing as well. A great webpage to share with your friends.
    If you want the fastest, most intuitive and most stylish browser available, Firefox 4 BETA is probably still the best. But if you are bound by certain departmental, political or operational constraints, or if you don't know any better, you will probably have to use Internet Explorer (IE). Well the good news is that IE9 is actually VERY good. The similarities to Firefox do feature prominently, but don't take my word for it - this video will showcase the wicked new features. Enjoy. You'll need Windows 7 to run IE9 though. There's always a catch ...
    ITC has released ThinkDrive, a digital version of their very popular Bloom's based thinking strategies. If you would like a trial version with a view to purchasing for your school, please
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