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Vicki Davis

Apple Sneaks Out Free Tool for Deploying iPad Army | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com - 7 views

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    Wired just did an article on deploying iPads using the Apple Configurator tool. This is a powerful tool for schools to use.
John Evans

Wired on the iPad - Free Vision and Sound Supplement Issue | iGo With My iPad - 2 views

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    "The UK and USA Wired magazines come to the iPad through two different free apps. This month, the UK version is getting (available now) a free Supplement called Sound and Vision. Just launch the app on your iPad and you will see the option to download for free."
John Evans

Wired's first issue (1993) plus 12,000 word oral history of Wired as a free iPad app - Boing Boing - 4 views

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    "WIRED today announced the reissue of its iconic inaugural issue on the iPad as a free download on June 1. Launched nearly twenty years ago in January 1993, the premiere issue featured science fiction author Bruce Sterling on the cover and quickly became a sought-after collectible. "
John Evans

Supercharge Your iPad: 10 Essential Apps for Makers | Wired Design | Wired.com - 7 views

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    "You can now use the tablet to hack like MacGyver, farm like the Quaker Oats guy, and sculpt like Michealangelo. (OK, we're stretching, but you get the idea)."
Cheryl Davis

Gallery: Confessions of an iPod Touch Artist - 0 views

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    See the latest multimedia and applications including videos, animations, podcasts, photos, and slideshows on Wired.com
Cheryl Davis

Show Us Your Best iPhone Art - 0 views

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    Get product reviews and news about digital cameras, computers, laptops, mp3 players, iPod, PDAs, phones, PCs, Macs and wireless from Wired.com
John Evans

Photos and Documents on the TV from your iPad - wired and wireless! | iGo With My iPad - 14 views

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    I'm confused. I think I might've missed something... Why do I need this app? All it does is what AirPlay does already, doesn't it? If one has an AppleTV connected to either a projector or a TV, using the built-in AirPlay iOS 5 feature I can see whatever I do on my iPad on the screen (projector or TV). AND if I simple connect my iPad to a projector via cable 90% of the apps have VGA out - it works. SO WHY do I need this app?
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    From reading the documentation it appears that this app will enable mirroring with the original iPad. Not having access to an original iPad at the moment I can't confirm this though. The app also works on the iPhone 4 according to the site. Features - http://www.jwalsoft.com/apps/tvout-genie/tvoutfeatures App Store - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tvout-genie!/id399552109?mt=8 I've contacted the App producer to get clarification. ohn
John Evans

Young Readers Will Never Run Out of Books With MeeGenius | GeekDad | Wired.com - 6 views

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    "About a year ago I was introduced to the MeeGenius library - this is a company that is celebrating its second birthday on Thursday, April 26. A very young company! Besides accessing their large digital book library (currently over 700 titles) via a web browser, they also now have apps for both Android and the iPad."
John Evans

The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for the iPad Is the Best | GeekDad | Wired.com - 8 views

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    "I've tried a couple combination iPad-case/Bluetooth keyboards in the past, and always come away unhappy. First, they're bulky, and second, the keyboards are just plain bad. I've never been able to type faster on them than I can on the virtual keyboard. "
John Evans

Motion Math Offers a Pro Suite of Kids Math Apps | GeekDad | Wired.com - 5 views

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    "At GeekDad we are big fans of apps that actually use mobile devices in innovative ways to support children's learning. Motion Math Games are one of those developers who have led the way in thinking about how they can design digital learning environments that provide ways for children to learn math with their hands and minds. Their first fraction/decimals app called Motion Math has become one of the benchmarks against which others should be comparing themselves."
John Evans

iPad a Solid Education Tool, Study Reports | Gadget Lab | Wired.com - 4 views

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    "More and more schools are jumping on the digital bandwagon and adopting iPads for daily use in the classroom. Apple's education-related announcements yesterday will no doubt bolster the trend, making faculty tools and student textbooks more engaging and accessible."
Cyndi Danner-Kuhn

Will the iPad Make You Smarter? | Gadget Lab | Wired.com - 5 views

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    A growing chorus of voices argue that the internet is making us dumber. Web-connected laptops, smartphones and videogame consoles have all been cast as distracting brain mushers. But there's reason to believe some of the newest devices might not erode our minds. In fact, some scientists think they could even make us smarter. Could the cleaner and more modern interfaces that we see on iPads, iPhones and Android smartphones better suit the way our minds were meant to work?
Mary Ann Apple

IPad Gets The University Treatment This Fall | Epicenter | Wired.com - 9 views

  • The iPad is about to have its academic chops put to the test this fall in a number of programs around the country. Colleges and universities are looking to adopt the iPad as a collaborative tool, a standardized mobile device to integrate into curriculums, and, in some cases, even a cost-saving device.
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