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Five Ways to Create Mind Maps and Flowcharts Online Earlier this week Tony Vincent Tweeted an excellent graphic that he made to show the process of creating a flowchart in Google Drawings. Tony's graphics are always top notch and this one was not an exception to that rule. Check it out. — Tony Vincent (@tonyvincent) June 18, 2018 For those who would like a video overview of how to make a flowchart or mind map in Google Drawings, I have one for you.

Generating fantasy maps These are some notes on how I generate the maps for my Twitter bot @unchartedatlas, which is based on a generator I originally produced during NaNoGenMo 2015. There's JavaScript code for the generator on Github here, and the original messy Python generator code can be seen here. You may also be interested in this companion piece, which describes the placename generation.

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Create a Directory App for Your School Last week's most popular post was Dozens of Apps for Physical Education. In that post I highlighted the work that Kevin Shephard at Support REAL Teachers has done to develop apps through the free Glide service. Glide enables anyone who can create a Google Sheet to create a mobile app. You can start building an app from scratch or you can use one Glide's free templates to get started.

Edueto We lost the pricing…for good! We’ve decided that Edueto should be completely for free. As of today, the pricing is gone, and the full product is available for free. We want to keep perfecting Edueto, and we feel like we’ll more likely achieve it without charging our users along the way. Azgaar's Fantasy Map Generator Layers preset: Displayed layers and layers order: Texture Heightmap Biomes Cells Grid Coordinates Wind Rose Rivers Relief Religions Cultures States Provinces Zones Borders Routes Temperature Population Ice Precipitation Emblems Labels Icons Military Markers Rulers Scale Bar View mode: Map settings (new map to apply): Generator settings: Frama.link Beaucoup de spammeurs utilisent ce service pour cacher des URLs malveillantes. Nous nous voyons dans l’obligation de couper l’accès à l’API, désolés. A lot of spammers use this service to hide malicious URL. We are forced to cut off access to the API, sorry. Getting Started Frama.link is a free (as in free speech) simple online URL shortener.

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