I LOVE decluttering! It’s honestly one of my favorite things in the whole world. So today I have a long blog post for you with over 30 ways to declutter your digital life. We’ll be tidying things up and decluttering what's no longer needed on your computer and devices to keep things neat and organized so you can be less stressed and have better peace of mind!
Keep your children safe online and teach them security measures that will help them avoid the dangers of social media and other potential threats on the internet. http://www.internetchildsafeguard.com/
Generative Experiments: Digital Illustrations by Sergio Albiac -- Impressive computer-generated artwork by Spanish artist Sergio Albiac. “I create visual imagery to articulate my thoughts about the beauty, contradictions and emotion of the act of living. My work revolves around the interior worlds we create in our minds and the tensions that arise when confronted to our realities."
That WolframAlpha can calculate genealogical relationships. How to do it: Go to http://www.wolframalpha.com. Type in your search query. For instance: my great- grandmother's second cousin's niece. This will return the fact that this person is your third cousin twice removed, draw you a handy chart, and present other interesting data such as your "blood relationship fraction."
The 2nd graders use a Web-based program called VoiceThread, which archives and indexes images, videos, text, and audio. Fourth graders create their own Web pages to display what they’ve learned throughout their time at Shorecrest. “We scan writing, [and] put in pictures and short videos,” says Baralt. “The kids record themselves reading their stories.” Baralt also added a reflection component to the portfolios. “It’s about getting the students to take ownership,” she says.