Of bits and bytes is my weekly round up of interesting links and ideas I discovered on the internet. It is published on Mondays for the previous week
Editor note: I’ve been working on my presentations for OETC24 this past week and haven’t had time to work on this, so it’s just the links.
- Say Hello to FigJam: Your Jamboard Alternative with Endless Possibilities | Shake Up Learning
- Google Bard is now Gemini: How to try Ultra 1.0 and new mobile app
- Q&A: School Tech Integration Advocate Focuses On Mastery-Based Learning | EdTech Magazine
- Did You Use ChatGPT On Your School Apps? These Words May Tip Them Off – (Archive)
- How independent writers are turning to AI
- Scenes from an Unopened Curriculum Binder [Pt. 1] | The Jose Vilson
- Google’s use of student data could effectively ban Chromebooks from Denmark schools – The Verge
- MacBooks, Chromebooks lead losers in laptop repairability analysis | Ars Technica
- The toothbrush DDoS attack: How misinformation spreads in the cybersecurity world • Graham Cluley
- Time to Talk Tech : Easiest way to create a quiz directly from a YouTube video.
- How to Quit Your Smartphone – The New York Times h/t – https://archive.ph/94TjC
- Digital Strategies for Screen Time Reduction: A Randomized Field Experiment | Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking
- The Technium: Hill-Making vs Hill-Climbing
- The best books I read in 2023
- What Your Brain Is Doing When You’re Not Doing Anything
Here are extra links that I found interesting that may or may not be education related or interesting to you and I didn’t want to lose them.
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