Monthly Archives: June 2014

SoundCite brings text to life

Another neat tool from the Knightlab is SoundCite. It’s a uber simple tool that allows you to add audio to your story. The audio plays right under the text you choose, not isolated in a viewer located somewhere else on … Continue reading

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Faces of World Cup found via Geofeedia

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TimelineJS: Jeff Koons retrospective timeline

After making a Jeff Koons timeline using Dipidy, I decided to try it using TimelineJS. This is a very rich, interactive tool and it’s FREE. Free is great in my world! You build the timeline using a Google spreadsheet and … Continue reading

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Dipidy: Jeff Koons Timeline

I used Dipity to create a timeline to run with our coverage of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. If you haven’t used this tool, it’s super easy and very intuitive. Once … Continue reading

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Pixlr makes it easy to make collages

I tried Pixlr, a photo editing tool, for the first time. There are many pieces to this tool, but the one I wanted to focus on today is the Pixlr Express. I was interested in using this particular tool to … Continue reading

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Using StoryMapJS is as easy as …

I wanted to see how easy it was to use StoryMapJS and it’s pretty easy. I didn’t complete this map, but I did plot a few Veterans Memorials to test the program. You don’t need to have an account to … Continue reading

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