ⓔ Adding multiple entries returned in a Google Form

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I’ve been playing around with gamifying my classroom this semester. After looking at Classcraft I decided I wanted something a little simpler, so I put together a Google Sheet to keep track of XP, AP, and HP. The problem came when I needed to add or subtract a stat from a student. Entering the data […]

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Sharing: Is Google teaching us anything? {via @josepicardoSHS}

Is Google teaching us anything? – Shooting Azimuths In his book The Shallows, Nicholas Carr suggests that the internet is making us dumber. Carr finds that the vast amount of hyperlinked information available on the internet means that depth of knowledge has given way to shallowness. Casually disregarding the internet’s arguably most significant feature, Carr […]

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ⓔ iCab Mobile is my new favorite browser on my iPhone

Browsers for iOS devices seem to proliferate like so many tribbles, but since they are bound by Apple’s rules, their performance is basically the same. It’s the features that differentiate them. After reading A Few Nice iCab Tricks for 2016, I abruptly spent my $1.99 for iCab Mobile and have been a happy camper ever since. […]

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ⓔ Moom for OS X manages windows easily

While Apple whats OS X to move to the iOS world of window management, where everything is either full screen or split screen, Moom by Many Tricks offers an alternative to manage your windows. And for the $10 Many Tricks is asking for the software, it’s a steal. How would you like your window? Moom adds […]

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Sharing: Digital Literacy: Unlocking Technology’s Potential {via @E_Sheninger}

Digital Literacy: Unlocking Technology’s Potential | The Spark Educators need to embrace the creative and collaborative aspects of digital literacy. So much great learning happens through the creative and collaborative processes. Bridget Burns, Michael Crow, and Mark Becker noted the benefits of collaboration in their article “Innovating Together: Collaboration as a Driving Force to Improve […]

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ⓔ Fixing homebrew after upgrade OS X to El Capitan

Homebrew is a great way to easily install all sorts of command line goodies as easily as brew install. I use it to install programs such as Pandoc (convert between several different text formats or create ebooks) or ImageMagick (manipulate images from the command line). Tonight I went to install Mosh (remote access command line client), but was greeted by a series of […]

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