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Randy Rodgers

Surphace - 8 views

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    "Surphace connects your current articles to contextually relevant content from your archives as well as from Blog Posts, Media Articles, Video, Photos, and Ads from across the Web."
Sue Hellman

Tread Lightly - 14 views

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    40 day global blogging challenge on energy conservation
RJ Stangherlin

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs - 0 views

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    2009-2010 National Special Education, Disability and Assistive Technology Conferences of Interest
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.
Greg Limperis

Technology Integration in Education - Seamlessly integrating technology into the K-Coll... - 0 views

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    Great professional network of educators and professionals working to help integrate technology in education.
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    Great New Professional Network focusing on sharing free webinars, useful mp3s, videoas and pictures for professional development, great groups for networking. Be part of this site in its growing stages and help to mold it into a site useful for you. Link up with professionals from companies aroung the world and join the larger group on Linkedin.
Fred Delventhal

whos.amung.us - maps - 0 views

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    With our maps you get to see exactly where your site visitors are from - live! Our maps update themselves on your site without having to reload the whole page. Add a map today!
cheryl capozzoli

Zcapes - Home - 0 views

Fred Delventhal

100 Superb Wordpress Themes For Free! | AntsMagazine - 0 views

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    Now if we can just get more of these approved by Steve
Fred Delventhal

Writer - Windows Live - 0 views

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    This is a very nice blogging application. Would be nice if it were multiplatform. Microsoft gets a lot of heat for crappy things but this one of the things coming out that is actually fairly good.
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    Writer makes it easy to share your photos and videos on almost any blog service-Windows Live, Wordpress, Blogger, Live Journal, TypePad, and many more.
Billy Gerchick

6 Ways to Publish Your Own Book - 3 views

  • Users are able to use Google Book Search (Beta), which puts your book content in Google’s search results.
  • Lulu allows you to create a variety of books, but also lets you develop digital media. These range from music and ringtones to videos and e-books. With Lulu, you can also scan and digitize your old books, albums, and photos
  • Softcovers start at $7.60
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  • To increase your search ranking, you are able to add subtitles, tags, categories, and descriptions
  • Softcovers start at $12.95
  • . Because CreateSpace is a subsidiary of Amazon, it’s easier and quicker to sell your book through Amazon
  • Standard B&W starts at $3.66 per book; Standard Color starts at $6.55. You can also upgrade to their Pro Plan, which is $39.00 per book. The Pro Plan allows you to keep more from each sale, and pay less when ordering copies.
  • Prices start at $0.045 per page and a $4 binding fee.
  • WeBook combines the joys of self publishing with social media. You are able to write a book alone or collaborate with other writers. The site provides an online text editor for you to write, and you are able to add images from image-hosting sites like Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa, etc.
Jennifer Dorman

Web 2.0 Write - 0 views

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    everything written with icons of famous Web 2.0 services
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