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Randy Rodgers

BYOT/BYOD Pearltree - 19 views

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    Pearltree I am putting together with resources covering variety of BYOD-related topics, including issues, implementation, classroom strategies, more.
Fred Delventhal

Monthly Holiday Lists | Articles - 13 views

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    Monthly Holiday lists include popular holidays for each month plus other lists associated with each month.
Randy Rodgers

Pro Con Lists - 23 views

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    Site allows users to create lists of pros and cons for an issue, then solicit viewer input on weighing the 2 sides against each other. Great for problem solving, debates, etc.
RJ Stangherlin

The Alphabetizer puts just about any list in alphabetical order. Alphabetize words, son... - 0 views

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    Alphabetize lists and much more. The Alphabetizer puts just about any list in alphabetical order. A great tool for alphabetizing song lists. An online alphabetizer.
Heather Hurley

SignApp Now - Simple Sign Up Sheets - 0 views

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    SignApp Now is the dead simple way of creating sign up sheets. It's so simple you don't need to register to use it. Just create a sign up sheet and email its unique link (URL) to everyone you'd like to sign up. They just need to go to the link and sign up. They don't need to register too. It's that simple and easy.
RJ Stangherlin

Official Google Blog: Google accounts on Twitter - 0 views

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    Comprehensive list of Google Twitter accounts.
Jennifer Dorman

Listingly - 0 views

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    Online to-do lists -- iPhone integration
Jennifer Dorman

Diigo Blog » Diigo Lists vs. Google Notebook - 0 views

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    1. Google Notebook is very much similar to Diigo Lists. In Diigo Lists, you can organize, share and display specific collections of bookmarks. Once you add bookmarks to your list, you can easily re-arrange the collections by drag-and-drop, and add "section". And you can publish a Diigo list as an HTML document. 2. In Diigo, an item in a list is also saved separately as a bookmark (which can be tagged). So in this sense, Diigo integrates both Google Notebook and Google Bookmark. 3. Diigo also has the important advantage that "clippings" are really "highlights" on the original web pages and will be shown as such when you re-visit the web pages, reminding you the exact context of the clippings. 4. Another unique Diigo list feature: once you create a list, click the " WebSlides" button, you can browse, play and annotate any list of URLs as a slide show! It's great for content browsing, sharing, and creating unique presentations based on web content.Here is an example of a Diigo List, consisting of recent reviews of Diigo, and watch the Diigo List / WebSlides in action! 5. Google Notebook is a bit more flexible in that an item does not have to be tied to a webpage. Diigo Lists will soon be upgraded to provide this flexibility and a lot more in the near future.
Fred Delventhal

Wordie - 0 views

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    Wordie lets you make lists of words and phrases. Words you love, words you hate, words on a given topic, whatever. Lists are visible to everyone but can be added to by just you, a group of friends, or anyone, as you wish.
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