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AL DíA: A Cog's Game

Are you a cog in the machine, a piece of machinery that does only what it must do for the greater good? Well, what's wrong with that? Imagine building trust without being reliable, trustworthy. I can't imagine putting my trust in someone...Show More Summary

Combine Images Expertly With Adobe Photoshop Mix

Impressive photo-editing app focuses on compositing, blending imagery

AL DíA: STEM Tools, DIY Projects and More

Wow, I had a lot of fun putting this blog entry together on a subject that is near and dear to many people's hearts. I was trying for a blog entry about STEM toys, but failed miserably. Instead, I stumbled on a treasure trove of STEM DIY projects in Pinterest. Show More Summary

Give Me Random Featured Posts or … well, not

In which I detail obscure WordPress tinkering and celebrate doing what happens with a small amount of understanding… Despite the expected mockery of some harsh critics I’ve been really happy with the change over in August to this newest outer dressing on this blog (do you keep your own history? It’s a good practice if […]

Thirteen Insights for CTOs

Ok, I'm sure you are just dying to know what I've written about that Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), Technology Directors/Coordinators need to know about. I'm particularly pleased because this series enabled me to tap into my actual experiences as a Director of Technology for a 10K student school district. Show More Summary

AL DíA: STEM Innovators VIP Breakfast

On January 5, 2018, there will be a STEM Innovators VIP Breakfast in San Antonio, Tx. If you are free, you may want to attend. Here's the full text of the invitation:I’d like to invite you to attend the STEM Innovators-in-Training Experience VIP Coffee & Conversation on January 5, 2018 from 8:00 – 9:30 am at Sunset Station, 1174 E. Show More Summary

NASA: Re-Living the Wright Way

Learn more about the lives of Orville and Wilbur for Wright Brothers Day (December 17).

Collaborative Learning System Focuses on Math

The videos are an engaging way to review content, and the collaborative features encourage kids to strive for success.

My GoogleEDU and MicrosoftEDU Blog Entry Roundup

Over at TCEA TechNotes blog this year, I've written quite a few blog entries. Are any of you reading them? A BEE'S PERSPECTIVE My total blog entries at TCEA are at 232 (although that will change since I have a third part in my series on When Disaster Strikes pending review and scheduling for publication). Show More Summary

Artful Angles Engage

The older I get, the more discriminating I am when it comes to books and articles I read. I hate spending a single minute on a story that's going nowhere. Yet, just yesterday, I stumbled onto a piece about writing that made me sit up and take notice. Show More Summary

4 People, 3 Continents, 2nd Podcast, 1 live recording: The Puerto Rico Connection

An hour of connectivity, care, and stories, enabled by the networks and nodes we call people. On my last day in Australia I set up my laptop on the wooden table in Kate Bowles (@katemfd) house in Thirroul (near Wollongong, on the east coast south of Sydney). Birds outside sang and cooed, dogs barked, and […]

AL DíA: Free eBook: DIY vs Managed Cloud Hosting

Check out a free ebook from Lambda Solutions. What intrigued me about the book was how closely it aligned with some of my own experiences hosting a learning management system in my own school district. Some of my takeaways for doingShow More Summary

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-12-03

Kleptocrat Kleptocrat is a unique game of strategy and tactics, based on real-life patterns of money laundering and offshore structuring that have been used by actual corrupt public officials… that is, until they got caught. This game,...Show More Summary

After GIFfing The Heck out of it, Finally Watched “The Big Country”

My creative work only gets fully moving when I have settled on a metaphor, a shtick, if you will. For the DML Workshop I did in October with Kim Jaxon, we were agreed on building on the Western theme the workshop had the previous year with Justin Reich. I had pitched Justin the notion of […]

Show Your Work! Session at Wodonga TAFE

How quickly this time went, this workshop represents the last stop on my ISS Institute circuit. It was also the most distant travel. Sigh, this is back blogging, I loathe loathe loathe back blogging– this is from the workshop done November 22, 2017. I should have known better, back from my 2000 visit to Albury […]

AL DíA: Eight Second Storytelling

Today, you often have only about eight seconds to tell a story, or one second less than a goldfish. Here are some tips for creating short content: Engage with image/video Offer a call to action Be quick, get to the point Don’t compress,...Show More Summary

AL DíA: Automation Hope

Hope in being hard to automate...The hardest activities to automate with currently available technologies are those that involve managing and developing people (9 percent automation potential) or that apply expertise to decision making, planning, or creative work (18 percent). Show More Summary

Enchant Your Ears - @Audible Audio Book Picks

Looking for some awesome stories to enchant your ear? Then you've come to the right place! I need content that's going to make my blood boil, make me laugh outright, and keep me engaged. For those of you who still think (as I once did)...Show More Summary

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