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Learning playlists are just as useful for flipped teaching as they are for learning anything on your own. They help you curate the best from the Web. Here are three tools to create your own.
Project Siena is designed to be a user-friendly way for everyone to build their own Windows 8.1 programs with the same knowhow that goes into using Microsoft PowerPoint or Microsoft Excel.
Finding good podcasts takes some digging. Word of mouth remains the best way to discover the next great podcast. If the grapevines are silent, here are a few more ways to find new podcasts.
The Web has made it easy to contribute to the happiness of others. What’s holding us back? Here are six ways which don’t take you too much out of your way
CreativeLIVE is taking a lead with its 24/7 live online education broadcast network. What’s more noteworthy about the free classes on offer is that it will be completely free.
Spotify announced that anyone using iOS or Android tablets and smartphones can use their music streaming app for free (but ad-spported). Read more about the new mobile experience that Spotify opened up.
The idea of a universal playlist free from regional restrictions of music streaming surely has struck most of us at one time or another. This new music streaming website turns it into a reality.
The “Hour of Code” free app for iOS is an introductory effort that hopes to make it easier for busy professionals (and students) get a sense of what coding is all about.
Upload your chosen photos and allow Google+ to work its magic with two new Auto Awesome features specially announced for the holidays. Use the new effects to deck up your photos with the Christmas touch.
Building on the support tools around Google Search, the company has improved Google Trends with new topic reports. The new topic reports aim to be more precise with keyword comparisons.
Google is trying to bring the world of search and apps closer together. The Google Search app uses an Open in App button to prompt you to open the right app for the relevant information.
A gift that spurs better learning could go a long way to express support, and of course, love. Here are ten ideas for the lifelong leaner in your life. Make your thoughts count.
Any.do Cal wants to make calendar planning pleasurable. With the launch of Any.do Cal on Android, they attempt to give you a better overview of your days with a smart calendar app.
WhatsApp is counted among the more popular social networks today. The new iOS 7 look is subtle and the new Broadcast List feature is surely something any user would appreciate.
The visual smorgasbord of amazing YouTube channels seems like a never-ending stream. The ease and wide-reach of hosting videos on YouTube makes it an ideal medium for many novel uses. Here are seven.