Monthly Archives: June 2016

What’s Next? Osmo Coding

In January I wrote about Osmo: “I can’t wait to see what Osmo apps they develop next.” An Osmo is a plastic base that an iPad sits in and a little mirror that sits over the front camera on the iPad. This setup allows the user to do things on a tabletop in front of the iPad and simultaneously interact with the iPad. Osmo ...

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Written Feedback Comments Come to The Answer Pad!

Do you have a favorite tool, one that you’re sure couldn’t possibly get any better? But then it does! That’s how I am feeling about The Answer Pad today! Yesterday this already fantastic tool got a little bit better with the addition of written feedback comments.If you haven’t used The Answer Pad, let me give you a quick summary. There is ...

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A Mysterious New Coding App

As I get ready for coding camp later this month, I am previewing coding apps and tools to curate the list of things we will use. The kind folks at Her Interactive gifted me a copy of the iOS app Nancy Drew Codes and Clues so I could check out the latest chapter of our favorite sleuth. Aimed at girls 6-8, ...

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Looking Forward to Snagit 13

This morning I participated in a preview of TechSmith’s Snagit 13. Last month TechSmith announced that they were closing down the Snagit Chrome extension and apps Knomia and ScreenChomp to keep the focus on Snagit and Camtasia for desktops, so I was excited to see what this heightened focus will bring. The results are pretty cool. Snagit 13 will still ...

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