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Jennifer Dorman

Grou.ps And Grouply Welcome Ning Refugees - 19 views

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    With yesterday's news of Ning's move to eliminate free social networks on its platform, competitors are rushing to emphasize their free offerings for building a social network. Today, Grouply, a startup that's built around creating and managing online groups from Google and Yahoo Groups, is going to try to make it easy for Ning users to port their groups to Grouply's platform. And fellow competitor Grou.ps is also welcoming Ning refugees to its free social network platform as well.
Jennifer Dorman

GROU.PS welcomes NING Networks - 12 views

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    GROU.PS is not just a Ning replacement. It's the best do-it-yourself social network on the market. More white label, more sense of belonging, more flexibility and more control for the group administrator and best of all.... it's free. Extra features are at affordable prices. You won't miss any of the features you were enjoying on Ning.
Jennifer Dorman

Going Paperless - A Collective Brainstorm - 23 views

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    I love this idea - public Google Doc with ideas for going paperless in the classroom.
Jennifer Dorman

Wikify - 0 views

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    Wikify is a web-service allowing everybody to enrich their arbitrary text with links to Wikipedia.org. In other words, it make hypertext from your plain text.
Jennifer Dorman

xFruits - Compose your information system - 0 views

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    Multifunctional web service that enables you to do almost anything with RSS feeds. There are 11 different feed tools you can use. Combine multiple RSS feeds, convert feeds into PDF, convert feeds to speech, create a mobile site from any feed, etc
RJ Stangherlin

Tabbloid - 0 views

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    Described by Mike Bryant as a Web 1.5 for people almost ready to make the leap to web 2.0. Tabbloid gives you a pdf printable neat magazine-type effect for your favorite urls. For people not ready for Google Reader or a more conventional web 2.0 feeder, this just might be the ticket. It's also a great PR tool; take your student's blogs and tabbloid them; then print and sent out as a newsletter. Great creative uses for this tool in education. Summary by RJ Stangherlin.
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