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Snip.ly

April7

Snip.ly is a new service for clipping and sharing parts of websites. The idea is this; when you want to share just a portion of a webpage with someone you can now highlight the text you want and share it. To do this you can either use the browser extensions offered by Snip.ly or copy […]

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Google for Teachers — 1 & 2 by Richard Bryne

March30
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Web 2.0 Tools for Educators

March27

Super book of web tools for educators… Super Book of Web Tools for Educators View more documents from Lee Kolbert

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Stupeflix Video

March26

A video creative service online that is offered within your YouTube account.  To create a video in Stupeflix users mix together images, text, and sound to make a slide show-style video.  Learn more about Stupeflix in the video below. There are some limits to the free version of the service.  Stupeflix charges if you want […]

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ViewPure–YouTube videos without ads or extra tagalongs

March24

ViewPure: Useful tool for downloading YouTube videos without the extra comments, ads, suggestions, “related videos” or “inappropriate” other things that tag along with your YouTube videos. Use the website ViewPure by copying the URL of your chosen YouTube video and paste it into ViewPure where it will then strip away everything but the video. Some […]

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