Monthly Archives: May 2008

Handheld Learning 2008 and Nintendo DS

At HHL2007, I joined twitter. This was good fun and┬ádefinitely a little ahead of the game. I’m now signed up for HHL2008 in October and this year they’re sending all delegates who register before 31st July a free Nintendo DS. … Continue reading

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Twitter – love it or hate it

I’m almost reluctant to wade in with yet another post about twitter. It seems to quite polarise views. Will triggered qute an interesting dialogue when he highlighted some disadvantages of twitter in his blog and suggested that it might be … Continue reading

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Tracking the location of mobile phones

I came across Find Mobile┬átoday. It is a fairly inexpensive service that allows you to track as many mobiles as you want. You need to be over 16 and have the permission of the owner of the mobile you are … Continue reading

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More insights into RescueTime

Last week, I completed my first 5 days with RescueTime. I was actually pretty delighted with what I found. I think RescueTime works well for me because virtually everything I do is online, so something that tracks what I do … Continue reading

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