This podcast from the road features an interview with 12 year old Alexander, who discusses several of his favorite applications and games for the iPod Touch and iPhone. These include InstaPaper, Pandora’s Box, Doodle Jump, F.A.S.T., Civilization Revolution, A Doodle Fly, Angry Birds, Eliminate Pro, and Bloons TD. Alexander shared a summary of each application, described why he likes it, and also reflected on the design elements for mobile games more generally which stand out from the crowd for him.
- Alexander’s Favorite iPod Touch Apps List (on Appolicious)
- Podcast341: Discussing Fan Fiction, Harry Potter Stories, and InstaPaper for the iPod Touch
- InstaPaper (for the iPod Touch and iPhone)
- Pandora’s Box
- Doodle Jump
- F.A.S.T. (better than Top Gun)
- Civilization Revolution
- A Doodle Fly
- Angry Birds
- Eliminate Pro
- Bloons TD
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- Oklahoma Students Reflect on Scratch Projects at Scratch Camp (March 2013) - 2013
- Let's Believe in Kids and Teachers as Creative Digital Makers, Not Just Passive Consumers - 2013
- Volunteer Your Site to Host a Summer 2011 Storychasers’ Workshop - 2011
- Digital Footprints Can Include PDF Authorship Details - 2011
- Podcast341: Discussing Fan Fiction, Harry Potter Stories, and InstaPaper for the iPod Touch - 2010
- Podcast308: A Long Overdue Personal and Professional Life Update (March 2009) - 2009
- The value of comment moderation and feedback from a social media audience - 2009
- A vision of the mobile, connected college experience - Today in Abilene, Texas - 2008
- Podcast44: Lessons Learned from 1-to-1 Laptop Initiatives: Reflections on the Critical Components - 2006
- Podcast43: Facilitating Effective Technology Research in the Core Content Areas - 2006