"Arrest this man, he talks in maths, he buzzes like a fridge, he's like a detuned radio." I swore I'd never do it. I swore I'd never unleash a quaint little memory device to simplify a process that otherwise demands a decent serving of your attention.
This is mesmerising to watch. It is supposedly a real-time visual representation of what people are searching for on Google. After watching for a couple of minutes, I have learned a few things: Prancercise is a thing, and it is hilarious Michele Bachman's resignation announcement is
'Tubular' is a term I tend to associate with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles but it turns out tubalr is also an awesome web service for compiling and sharing YouTube videos. I came across this tool several months ago, and have been using it as a kind
I am not quite sure how HaikuDeck managed to elude me for this long, but I tried out this presentation software recently and found it solved many issues I have with presenting with an iPad. If you are a teacher who has ever set a presentation
The year 2012 saw many schools purchasing iPads for use in their classrooms. The iPad has made made huge in-roads into education, and quickly developed a reputation as being a must-have device. The content available through the AppStore has appealed to teachers of all learning areas,