Here's a listing of cool things I learned and shared in about 30 minutes on Twitter:(and this is without Mashable's feeds down??for some reason)
FillAnyPDF.com is a website where you upload your PDF form and link to it so other people can fill it out and sign it online. No software is needed. Any PDF form can be used, even if it's not "interactive", so you can get started right away. You can even invite a group to fill out your forms and track the results. Anyone that collects signatures or filled out forms will find FillAnyPDF.com to be a valuable time-saving resource. (Phil Bradley, librarian)
VUVOX - slideshows, photo, video and music sharing. Use the Collage option to quickly produce dynamic interactive panoramas with hot-spots. Use Studio to build a personalized media presentation... and, place it in your Collage. Use Express to build presentations with dynamic content from RSS feeds and online albums.(Phil Bradley, librarian)
WatchKnow Videos: all the best free educational videos made for children, and making them findable and watchable on one website. Millions of great short videos, and other watchable media, explaining every topic taught in schools, in every major language on Earth ( a goal), usefully categorized according to subject, education level, and placed in the order in which topics are typically taught. (Tom Whitby, Professor of Education in Secondary English.)
The Power of TED talks: The Economist comments on David Cameron's #TED talk http://bit.ly/aTsf6Z
Welcome to the world of zero privacy! How Buzz, Facebook and Twitter Create Social Insecurity
(Mike Elgan,technology culture writer)
Michael Stephens is walking his dog in Mishawaka, IN, near Petro Park. (8:30 am today) --Michael Stephens Professor of Library & Information Science at Dominican Univ.
Watch the YouTube video about POD's: Personally Owned Devices that students bring to school and our need for educators to start using them in the classroom.
This is part 3 of 3: Expectations and Attitudes.
(digital teacher Sonya Woloshen - fearless new teacher, willing to experiment)
shared by "thecleversheep" Ross Lucier, Canadian who works with e-tools).
Love my personal learning network.