Today during day 2 of iPad Media Camp in Manhattan, Kansas, Cyndi Danner Kuhn shared a wonderful website and web tool with me I hadn’t heard of before: ThingLink. ThingLink lets you create hotspots on images which link to different things: Other images, videos, websites, etc. It’s basically a tool for creating embeddable image maps. I used it this evening to create “hot spot” versions of my current two iPhone app screens. This embedded version uses Javascript, so depending on the device you’re using it might not work. (It works for me on my iPhone and in a web browser on my laptop.) Move your mouse over the images below and click to view the linked images for each of my iPhone folders. What apps am I missing in these categories that you consider “must have” iPhone apps?

I like ThingLink!

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  1. […] came across this during my quest for more reflection posts. In iPhone Apps by Category (July 2013) Shared with ThingLink, Wesley Fryer talks about some uses for ThinkLink. I like his idea for making a ThinkLink for the […]

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