Tag: share

  • Creating a Society6 Store of Digital Photography Products

    A few months ago my mom told me about a friend’s daughter, Erica Brooks, who was completing an amazing, around the world year of travel and work with Remote Year (@remoteyear). Erica documented her adventures on the website UnraveledTravels.com. She works in media, design and marketing, and had setup a personal storefront using the website…

  • Share Recipes with Paprika Recipe Manager for iPhone

    This weekend I drove our son back to Denver, Colorado, and helped him get situated in a shared duplex as he prepares for his second year of studies at Colorado School of Mines. Since last year he was in a dorm and not cooking on his own, one of the things I’ve needed to do…

  • Why You Want to GateKeep Your Teen’s iOS Apps

    If your kids have iPhones and/or iPads, it’s a good idea to enable Family Sharing on your Apple IDs / iTunes accounts and on your iOS devices. Family sharing permits parents to approve or decline/disallow child requests to purchase apps and music from iTunes and the Apple App Store. Depending on the age of your…

  • Free MinecraftEDU Server Remote Control Options for Mac Users

    Next week I’m starting a three part, six day MinecraftEDU lesson with my 4th and 5th grade STEM students which will be a mathematical “building challenge” similar to but a little different than what I had students do last year. Last semester I had students work in groups to complete a “permeter/area building challenge,” and students worked…

  • Teaching iPad Videography From 3800 Miles Away

    Friday I had an opportunity to share a videoconference about iPad Videography from my home in Oklahoma City with a group of about 15 homeschoolers in Nenana, Alaska, which is almost 4000 miles away.    by  Wesley Fryer  It blows my mind that it’s possible to teach and share like this. I posted the recorded audio from…

  • Create an iOS iMovie Video Collage with YouTube Contributions

    I’m almost finished with my pre-conference keynote video for the 2014 K-12 Online Conference, which kicks off on October 14th. I’ve used my iPhone for all the video clips, but I’m also including several videos from other people I’ve asked to contribute ideas. I’m THRILLED this is working as I hoped it would. Here is…

  • Create Embeddable Twitter List with List.ly

    This evening I created a linked list of sponsors for EdCamp Broken Arrow (coming up this Saturday just outside Tulsa, Oklahoma) using List.ly. This was SO much faster and easier than “creating the list by hand” on the event WordPress site. That tedious process involved saving images of each sponsor logo locally, uploading each image…

  • Encouraging Pre-Service Educators to Share Work Publicly Online

    (cross-posted from PlayingWithMedia.com) In her recent review of my eBook, “Playing with Media, simple ideas for powerful sharing,” Barbara Brown wrote the following paragraph which inspired me to literally jump for joy. Barbara wrote: After reading the book and paying close attention to the ideas about media creation and media sharing, I decided to move…

  • Unplugging from the Commercial Software Grid: Open Source is not Three Guys in a Shed Anymore.

    Since Wes called me Oklahoma’s “Open Source Yoda turned Wyoming Cowboy”in a recent post and has given me the opportunity to write while he is away I thought I would hit on one of my favorite topics for my final post, Open Source Software (OSS). Please let it be noted that Yoda probably has more…

  • What Makes an Effective Technology Committee in Education (v.2)

    I have been ask about a post I did awhile back “What Makes an Effective Technology Committee in Education”  as much as any I have ever done.  Getting the chance write for Wes a little this week seemed a good time to come back to this topic.  I have always meant to do a edit…