Robin Good: WeVideo is an online collaborative video-editing platform which allows you and your team to easily upload raw video footage (even from your mobile phone) and to start immediately editing it while having at your disposal an intuitive and fully-featured video editing suite.
Key features include:
Cloud-based Integrates with Google Drive for web-based storage Fully-featured video editor Drag n' drop, visual video timeline and real-time preview Collaborative - multiple users/editors can participate Integrated animations and transitions sets Color correction and filters Music library of 400 royalty free tracks Support for all major video file formats Export to 360p, 480p, 720p or 1080p full HD Export directly to Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook and Twitter Upload video footage directly from your mobile phone
SpeakPipe is a free service for receiving voicemail messages from visitors to your blog or website.
SpeakPipe installed on a learning provider's website, and/or other webpresences, could improve communication by providing an easy way for learners, prospects, employers,community members and others to leave messages.
SpeakPipe's messaging service could also be a good way for learning providers to reach stakeholders etc., who would rather hear a message from you than read a message.
Apple has done away with Google Maps for its latest operating system iOS 6, and come up with its own offering. The result hasn't exactly been smooth.
Probably a bit of an understatement, but most of the talk happened before the phones were even released. For those who say that Google is way better, try some simple routing in Auckland, say from a street in Newmarket to the bottom of town, say Halsey Street. Unless they have fixed it recently, the route doesn't make sense.
It appears that perhaps the mapping (programming by Apple using TomTom data) wasn't well tested yet before it was released....
By now, many of us are aware of the Leap Motion, a small, $70 gesture control system that simply plugs into any computer and, apparently, just works. If you've seen the gesture interfaces in Minority Report, you know what it does.
More importantly, if you're familiar with the touch modality -- and at this point, most of us are -- the interface is entirely intuitive. It's touch, except it happens in the space in front of the screen, so you don't have to cover your window into your tech with all those unsightly smudges.
To understand how subtly revolutionary Leap will be, watch the video ...
Robin Good: If you have been wondering whether your lowering traffic is a consequence of Google penalties or whether your blog or website is at risk of being soon hit by one of Google filtering algorithms, here is a great set of questions to ask yourself before deciding on what course of action to take.
A three-way collaboration between Japan-based Rohm, Aquafairy, and Kyoto University has resulted in the development of a smartphone-charging fuel cell—a compact, high output, portable hydrogen powered fuel cell that can generate electricity by producing hydrogen. This is achieved through a chemical reaction between calcium hydride sheets and water.
I ett öppet brev ber nu Apples vd Tim Cook om ursäkt för den dåliga kartfunktionen i IOS 6 - och rekommenderar Nokia och Google som jag Father ben gjort hela 2000 talet-. Androidtelefoner och Nokia överlägsna då det gäller kartor och karthantering. Samsungplattor överlägsna iPad på samma sak ... :-) / rescooped från Lars E
SMART phones may be more pervasive, but it is tablet computers such as Apple’s iPad that are having a more profound impact in driving consumers into the digital world, according to a survey by mobile ad network InMobi.
Posterous Spaces was bought by Twitter earlier this year, but it appears to still be going strong and hasn't changed at all.
I have always liked is the ease with which users can create a group blog.
- allow people to make contributions to their blog by simply sending an email to "yourblog'sname" @ posterous.com.
- choose to moderate or not moderate those contributions.
Using the email method of contributing to a group blog is much easier than having to enter permissions for each person to contribute.
Practitioners also don't have to spend time walking learners through creating log-in credentials for another service.
It's got to be the quickest way to get a classroom full of learners contributing to one blog.
/father ben use it as a traveldictionary when travelling around the world for family an friends to follow our traces- we just email the account with videos and pics attached and everything is arranged automatically on the site- the viewers know where to look regurarly- we are svaing stamps and postcards arriving after we coming home-- greta invention very easy!