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iCyte Applied Design Group Spicynodes : Home How to Get Your Kindle Highlights into Evernote When I read anything, I mark it up. Margin notes, circles, and, most of all, highlights. In fact, I buy highlighters by the box. Amazon Kindle for Mac, Displaying Do the Work by Steven Pressfield Now I use the Highlighter feature of the Kindle to mark passages. I only wish that I could store all these notes and highlights in Evernote, which has become my digital brain. If you are just getting started with Evernote, I suggest that you buy Brett Kelly’s remarkably practical e-book, Evernote Essentials, 4.0. Create your highlights as usual. It will narrow the display to notes and highlights for a specific book, once you select one. Select the appropriate book. Copy and paste your highlights to other applications as needed. If you are disciplined about this, you can have near-instant access to all your book notes and highlights in Evernote. Question: What will you do with your Kindle notes and highlights once you get them into Evernote?

How To Create Your First iPhone Application Update: 01/10/2012: The original version of this article by Jen Gordon was published in August 2009. It was thoroughly revised and updated by the author in September 2012. — Editorial Team Since the iTunes App Store launched in 2008, over 500,000 apps have been approved by Apple, and thousands more app ideas are scrawled on napkins across the world every day. But question remains, how can a person with limited technical skills create an iPhone app? The good news is anyone can make an iPhone app, it’s just a matter of knowing the series of actions you need to take to make it happen. What Is Your Goal? The first thing to look at when embarking on any product development or entrepreneurial venture is your goals for the project. Let’s look at an example. would not have planned in advance to hire help,would be unhappy with the time commitment required for him to take on the work personally. Here are some examples of project goals: What Are Your Expectations? Where Do I Begin? 14Large view15.

Inslices : Save and share what matters! Take Evernote, Add a Hi-Liter And You Have Scrible A new webpage annotation service launched this week name Scrible that aims to make the online research, note taking and organization easier and more intuitive. Scrible is a toolbar that Web users can install on their bookmark bar that gives a variety of options to annotation of the Internet. It can highlight text, take notes, bold, underline and italicize text on a Web page and then save the page with the notations to a personal library. As far as the ability to manipulate words on a page and save those notes, the Web has not seen anything quite like Scrible. Researchers, students, writers and journalists are all over the Web, all the time. There are a lot of instances where there is information we want that we mean to take a note on but do not and forget where we found it when trying to remember hours or days later. There are a fair amount of note taking and page savers out there. Say you are a student working on your thesis. Humble Beginnings

Code-Free Mobile App Prototyping « adjustafresh – user experience design | digital marketing strategy 7 Feb, 2012 There’s a lot of talk recently in the design community about the utility and value of clickable mockups & prototypes. I agree that they can be very effective tools for a number of reasons—primarily the ability to clearly communicate user flow and proposed functionality to stakeholders on the business, design, and engineering teams. Prototyping is especially valuable when designing mobile experiences, allowing users to experience the prototype on a tablet or smartphone. They’re extremely useful for early & ongoing usability testing of design concepts prior to moving into code (in most cases, things get more expensive to change once programming comes into play). Here’s a (mostly) quick & dirty way to transform your ideas into clickable prototype goodness without any code. Keynotopia To The Rescue While designing a native mobile application recently for a large insurance client I used PowerPoint templates designed by Keynotopia to give me a jump-start on the wireframing process. - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL 7 Great Tools to Annotate Webpages and Documents Internet is one of the main sources of information for us in education. As teachers and educators, we should always make sure we are equipped with the proper kit to dig into these sources and get what we are interested in. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has been posting articles about different tools to help teachers get the maximum out of technology in their classroom teaching. Today I am going to share with you some awesome tools that I am adding to the list of the best free web annotation tools for teachers. Here is the list : 1- InFocus This is a great tool that allows users to highlight rectangular sections of any webpage. 2- Co-ment This is must have tool for educators. 3- A.Nnotate This is an annotation and collaboration tool that can be used for documents ( PDF and Microsoft Office ) as well as webpages and images. 4- Crocodoc This is a great tool for document collaboration. 5- Internote 6- Note Anywhere 7- Wired Marker

Stanford's Free Developing Apps for iPhone and iPad 15 November '11, 08:05pm Follow Stanford University’s School of Engineering has a history of offering courses on some pretty interesting products for free online. Stanford’s iPad and iPhone Application Development (CS193P) course is now available for free on iTunes U. Stanford’s stuff is generally very good and the ratings on this course are excellent so far. The prerequisites are C language and programming experience and/or general object-oriented programming and UNIX experience.

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Top 26 Best Web Annotation and Markup Tools to Annotate and Highlight Web Pages Sometimes we come across some web pages that we wanted to add note, highlight texts or draw diagrams, that’s where web annotation tools come in allowing you to perform these jobs with ease. This is pretty much like what we normally do with pen or pencil on a real book and newspapers. With annotation tools, you can discuss, exchange ideas and brainstorm with your friends and colleagues effectively. In today’s roundup, you can find 26 most popular web annotation and markup tools, bringing you a new level of convenience to communicate and collaborate with a friend or group. Diigo Diigo is a social bookmarking website which allows signed-up users to bookmark and tag web-pages. Crocodoc Crocodoc is a website that allows users to collaboratively review, mark up and comment on documents. Notable Notable lets you take any webpage screenshot, sketch or wireframe and exchange notes on specific details with your team. Bounce Bounce is a fun and easy way to share ideas on a webpage.

Looks fantastic! Like webnotes...and diigo with PDF... by kbpc172 Feb 9