Evernote just got even more useful for me with its new iOS app Scannable. In many of my past posts regarding Evernote, I have made it clear that the Evernote note taking application is my everyday "go-to" app in both my professional and personal life. With all the smartphone apps, desktops apps, and browser extensions, Evernote makes note taking and web curation simple and easy. Now, they've added an iOS app called Scannable. With this app, you can scan any document with your iPad or iPhone. You can then send it to someone by email, upload it to an Evernote notebook, place it in your photos, send it through the messaging app, or export it any number of your iCloud apps. It's rather simple interface is an added benefit.
Maintain Your Digital Footprint : Teacher Reboot Camp on Learning*Education*Technology curated by Skip Zalneraitis (Maintain Your Digital Footprint : Teacher Reboot Camp | @scoopit http://t.co/FnrTJOnTtJ)...
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"The end of "do not touch": Use the Smithsonian X 3D Explorer to explore and manipulate museum objects like never before. Create and share your own scenes and print highly detailed replica of original Smithsonian collection pieces."
Introducing PicMonkey, a pretty powerful yet user friendly photo editing service with lots of bells and whistles—filters, effects, frames, overlays, stickers, textures and more! Just upload or drag and drop a photo into the site and edit to your heart’s content! Users can also crop, change exposure, adjust colors and add text to their project. Another great feature is being able to watch live as your image is being transformed into a work of art right before your eyes!
With its integrated Creative Commons image search, one-touch formatting, and streamlined layout options, Haiku Deck already saves you ridiculous amounts of time. The brand-new presentation template gallery jump-starts your creative process even more — now it’s easy to save a template to your acco...
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