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How to Use Dropbox to Share Family Photos

Thumbnail image for How to Use Dropbox to Share Family Photos by Barbara J. Feldman September 20, 2012

Dropbox is one of my favorite cloud storage platforms because of the variety of tools they offer that make it dead simple. Reasons Why Here’s a rundown of reasons to use Dropbox: 1) They have software for all the major computer platforms (Mac and Windows) that allow you to use Dropbox as a local folder. […]

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Win a TI Nspire CX Graphing Calculator

Thumbnail image for Win a TI Nspire CX Graphing Calculator by Barbara J. Feldman August 17, 2012

After reading my post about the TI Nspire CX Graphing Calculator demo at BlogHer ’12, the nice folks at Texas Instruments offered up a calculator to giveaway to a reader in a back-to-school sweepstakes. Let’s kick off this contest by sharing calculator stories. What calculator did you use in high-school or college? What’s your best […]

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TI Nspire CX Graphing Calculator

Thumbnail image for TI Nspire CX Graphing Calculator by Barbara J. Feldman August 15, 2012

Wow! Are you nerd enough to get excited about a calculator? Apparently I am. At BlogHer ’12, Texas Instruments invited me to a hands-on demo of their newest graphing calculator, the TI Nspire CX (and gave me one I re-gifted to my college kid.) Now, I have to admit that my college days were PRE-CALCULATOR […]

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Free WiFi Access For Cable Subscribers

by Barbara J. Feldman June 5, 2012

Many cable internet subscribers will soon have access to thousands of free WiFi hotspots in major metropolitan areas across the country. The hotspot service, named CableWiFi, will be free to customers of Bright House Networks, Cablevision, Comcast, Cox Communications and Time Warner Cable. CableWiFi has already launched in New York City and central Florida, and […]

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How to Use Google’s Search by Image

by Barbara J. Feldman July 5, 2011

Identifying a mystery celebrity in a photo, or finding websites that have stolen your copyrighted images has gotten a whole lot easier with Google’s Search by Image. Images can be dragged and dropped, uploaded, specified by URL, or (with a Chrome or Firefox extension) simply right-clicked. To see Dave Taylor ID a mysterious blonde, read […]

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Teachers Connect Classrooms Using Skype

by Barbara J. Feldman April 6, 2011

This week, Skype, the voice and video chat application, announced Skype in the Classroom, a free service to help teachers connect their classrooms with other classrooms around the world. With 4800 teachers already signed up, teachers can find partner classrooms by searching geographically or by project. Project postings summarize the kind of interaction teachers are […]

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