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The iPod Touch has become my most valuable piece of technology. Last week I added this gem from Nemustech. Nemus Sync is a free utility that syncs Google Calendar with the Touch’s built-in calendar. Syncing works in both directions. You have to jailbreak … Continue reading
Recently I talked about keeping several computers, in different locations up-to-date with the latest versions of my files. Microsoft’s Mesh has solved this problem. Yesterday, I received my invitation to participate in the closed beta. I didn’t have to … Continue reading
Last week at the eTech Ohio Conference, I attended John Schinker’s presentation. He had told me ahead of time that he would be talking about the online community of edtech people that has boosted his overall quality of “edtech life” … Continue reading
Not wanting to be left out of the rage called “twitter”, I am now setup. http://twitter.com/alvintrusty
NASA has released an RFI to develop a Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game that creates interactions that foster the creative and problem solving skills of our youth. An MMO game is one where players interact with other players instead of computer … Continue reading