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Tom March

Sign Up - SpiderScribe - 2 views

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    Flash-based allows collaboration once people are invited and have an account (free).
Van Weringh

TodaysMeet, great tool for use in class room - 3 views

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    Create a "room", chat online in real time. Simple and clean design. Great for class room use.
Van Weringh

PD: Wikis and other tools - home - 4 views

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    I made this wiki for a school PD session I ran. It contains links to my class wikis and other things I use in class. Let me know what you think.
Tom March

Netvibes - 3 views

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    possible replacement
Tom March

IHMC CmapTools - Download CmapTools - 0 views

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    Nice free mindmapping tool that can be used standalone or on a network and is totally cross platform. Simple and intuitive while prompting higher-order thinking.
Tom March

TubeChop - Chop YouTube Videos - 0 views

shared by Tom March on 13 Aug 09 - No Cached
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    If you only want to show a part of a YouTube video, use this (especially for long things like TEDTalks).
Tom March

Tinychat - Free Chat Room audio video conference - 0 views

shared by Tom March on 30 Jun 09 - Cached
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    With TinyChat you can create your own chatroom and invite people through one simple link. You can also embed your chatroom on your blog, MySpace, personal site and many other portals. And, you can invite people through simple mail notification and twitterings. Try it, you'll like it.
Tom March

The potential power of Google Wave is far bigger than its demo « Alexander va... - 0 views

  • Google has not only spent time and energy making sure Wave can suck content into the platform, it has spent as much time and energy making sure it can get out too! Farewell destination based business models. Farewell walled gardens. If Wave gets adapted, it will put the user in control, and that is exactly what we need to do to break out of our current web 2.0 boundaries. That is what makes this development so remarkable.
  • Google just did some major plumbing on the web, and honestly, they were probably the only ones that could do this
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    Some really good points are made in this post, highlighting how limited Web 2.0 in its segmentation of cool apps. All schools (everyone?) know that combining the data and tools we already have is critical.
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