Monthly Archives: September 2014

Playbuzz: What Halloween character are you?

I decided to do another Halloween quiz using Playbuzz. Here it is!

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Layar: Great way to make print interactive

Post by York Daily Record/Sunday News. I used Layar to embed a podcast into this photo. I love using Layar to make print interactive. I could’ve added more links, slideshows etc. In fact, the one I did of my book … Continue reading

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Playbuzz: A spooktacular Halloween quiz

Check out the Halloween quiz I built using Playbuzz. Possible revenue streams include area attractions for sponsorship or various ad positions. Take the quiz and let me know how you scored!

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Reporter uses Soundcite to enrich text

One of my greatest joys as a teacher is seeing a “student” use the tools I’ve taught them. Recently, I led a session on storytelling tools, which included Soundcite. You might recall my carousel post in which I used Soundcite … Continue reading

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Biker songs: Curated via Listly and Spotify

Biker songs View more lists from Buffy Andrews

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JuxtaposeJS used for DePauw University then/now comparison

JuxtaposeJS is a free tool that allows you to compare two different views of the same scene. ┬áIt’s great for before/after, then/now shots. All you need are the links to the images you’d like to compare. I took an old … Continue reading

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