Friday Picks: May 4, 2012

Obviously this isn’t really going to be a weekly sort of thing. You’d think I could manage that? But I’m barely managing to keep up with the weekly “Friday Photos” group on flickr. So let’s […]

Friday Picks: April 14, 2012

More odds and ends. Some new, some not. New photo editor for Flickr – With Google having gobble up the Picnik photo editor, Flickr has turned to Aviary for photo-editing features. Digging Into WordPress – New printed […]

Friday Picks: March 30, 2012

Some interesting things I’ve run across this week. Trying to restart my “New & Not So New” posts that I used to do! ‘New Librarianship’ Pinterest Boards –  Contest that was run by the Syracuse […]

New & Not So New #7

A few odds and ends. Some new, some not. Teach Parents Tech Not just for your parents! For anyone who needs a refresher on basic computer “stuff”. This fun (and really useful) site includes around […]

New & Not So New #6

Air Dropper I think I’m in love with this one. It works with DropBox to help others share files with you.  If you’re already using DropBox to store important files online,  you know how easy […]

New & Not So New Stuff: # 5

Edistorm –  A terrific brainstorming tool. Place notes on the virtual wall, others can join in and add their thoughts. Notes can be grouped together, colors changed to help visually sort ideas. Participants can vote […]

New & Not so new stuff: #4 Some back to school resources

“My First School Day” Image via Wikipedia Just a quick post with some odds and ends of great resource sites & blog posts that I’ve run across in the past few weeks. I came across […]

New & not so new stuff: #2

Throughout the week, I play with lots of different tools and resources that are either new or more likely, just new to me.  I often intend to write blog posts about them, but usually don’t […]

New & not so new stuff: #1

Every week I play with lots of different tools and resources that are either new or more likely,  just new to me.  I often intend to write blog posts about them, but usually don’t get […]