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My Top 9 Favourite iPad Apps

Someone asked with a new iPad asked me today for my top 5 iPad apps. I had a hard time limiting it to 5, so below are my top 7 iPad apps.  There are a few apps that I love

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Posted in education, iPhone, Work

Newsday iPad App / Fly Swatter

It is unclear how many iPads were harmed in the making of this video ūüėČ

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An Insightful iPad Review by Anne Kirschner

A couple of days ago, I ran across an insightful iPad review by Anne Kirschner, a dean at City University of NY. Her iPad experience closely matches mine. Here are some of my thoughts: The move from the morning paper

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Posted in iPhone, Work

Who knew that Lada Gaga was a Librarian!

I work in a law library, but I can quite imagine our librarians doing a remix of a Lady Gaga song called “Catalog” (aka Poker Face). ¬†You really have to be up on your library¬†terminology¬†to get what the reworked lyrics

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iPad + Velcro = Amazing!

How can you make your iPad more useful?  Velco! iPad + Velcro = Amazing

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Posted in iPhone, Work

Facebook & Privacy: Should We Be Concerned?

In short, yes. ¬†If you¬†quickly¬†want to see how much information on Facebook you are making public, go to the ReclaimPrivacy.org website, and follow the easy instructions there, and you’ll know in less than a minute how much of your information

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Posted in education, WebApps, Work

Family Friendly Home Internet Setup – Redux

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post about how to create a family friendly internet setup in your home.  Given how quickly technology changes, I thought it was time to revisit the topic to see what has

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Posted in Family