Jus learned about the free iPad app “Discover” by Cooliris. Similar to Flipboard in its interface – but all content from Wikipedia. H/T to my Sis!
http://www.cooliris.com/ipad/discover

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One Response to Wikipedia as a Digital Magazine: Discover Cooliris

  1. John Sowash says:

    Thanks for the great suggestion. I find Flipboard to be a great way to browse information. I’ve also enjoyed the Cooliris image plugin for Google Chrome which allows you to view images in a giant, ever expanding wall. Looking forward to exploring this app as well!

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