Using your photos from Google Photos in Google Drive

It looks like Google is rolling out the ability to access your photos stored in Google Photos in Google Drive. This allows you to directly insert those photos into Google Docs, Slides, or Sheets. With Google Drive integration it’s even easier to use those photos you’ve uploaded to Google Photos. Setting up Google Photos in […]

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“Passsword” protect your quiz in Google Forms

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If you teach several classes during the day, you may re-use the same quiz for those classes. But what do you do when students in your 1st period class share the link to the quiz with students in your 8th period class? To set a password, you’ll need to first create two sections in your Google […]

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Power saving mode added to Opera Developer browser

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Opera is an alternative browser using the same browsing engine that powers Safari under OS X and Google’s Chrome, so it should be pretty compatible with the sites you visit. We are the first major browser to include a dedicated power saving mode, designed to extend your laptop battery life by up to 50% compared […]

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Learning, a Little Bit at a Time « Annie Murphy Paul

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Of course, near-instantaneous knowledge transfer may sound too good to be true. Can learning really happen in 5-minute increments? The answer is yes, but there are caveats. For the learning to be effective, HR and training professionals must carefully craft their offerings and understand that not all training and development can happen on the fly. […]

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Join.me is a dead simple way to host an online meeting

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Last night I was troubleshooting with a friend over the phone, when I wanted to share my screen with him. I went through the usual suspects: Google Hangouts, Chrome Remote Desktop, Teamviewer, etc. when I remembered Join.me. A quick 15MB download later and I was broadcasting my screen. Although I had to download an app […]

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