Creaza’s Creativity Tools Creaza is a suite of multimedia creativity tools that includes: Mindomo – a brainstorming and mindmapping toolCartoonist – an easy-to-use cartoon creation toolMovieEditor – an online video editing toolAudioEditor – an online audio editor for recording and editing audio The technology (or what are my powers?) When you register for a Creaza account you gain access to: My Homepage: a page where you can share your media projects with the worldMy Media Files: your personal library of media files which you can upload to the site and which remain privateTools: your portal to Creaza’s creativity tools Mindomo Mindomo is a versatile mindmapping tool which can be used for instruction as well as brainstorming. Instructional strategies You can use Mindomo to: Your learners can use Mindomo for similar applications. An example of a mindmap I create to outline the beginnings of a short story is shown below as it appears on my Creaza homepage. Want more information? Like this: Like Loading...
30+ Mind Mapping Tools We all need to organize our thoughts sometimes, and there seems to be no better way to do it than in a visual fashion. We've got 30+ mind mapping tools to help you do just that. And since we know some of you are on a budget, we've got free and paid suggestions for you. Don’t forget to check out our post where you can suggest future toolbox topics! (This list, for example, came from one of the suggestions.) Free Bubbl.us - A flash based brainstorming tool that you can share with others and also embed in to your site. Cayra.net - A desktop-only app that runs on Windows XP or Vista. CmapTools - Free to universities, students, federal employees, and individuals for personal use. CompendiumInstitute.org - A free mind mapping and brainstorming tool from the Open University. DebateMapper.com - A bit of a different mapper in that it focuses on mapping out debates, whether they be political or business. Gliffy.com - Draw & share all sorts of diagrams and mind maps. MindPlan.com - Free for personal use.
Sign documents online | HelloSign Exobrain Looks Like An Awesome Mind Mapping Tool Visualizing the ideas that you have in your brain is a tall order. Many of us creative types tend to carry around pads of paper and gravitate towards white boards to jot down our thoughts and scribbles. A really helpful tool to extract exactly how our ideas might become an actual “thing” is by using mind mapping software, which basically lets you create a cloud of words, ideas and thoughts that can connect to one another. A service that will be entering beta soon called Exobrain could become the killer tool to take the mind mapping concept to the next level. There’s a demo that you can play around with though to see if this is something that might float your boat. This video will give you a good idea of what you can do with Exobrain: The service promises to store all of your maps in the cloud, being accessible from anywhere. ➤ Exobrain h/t Kyle Bragger Catch up with the best new apps every day at TNW Apps
GianlucaB8 carino... Double Click to Edit. ciao idea 1 idea 2 Donedesk US Census Bureau releases public API for mobile and web developers The US Census Bureau has released its very first public API, allowing developers to create web and mobile apps based on the government's collection of demographic and economic statistics. The Bureau launched the API Thursday, alongside a new "app gallery" website where users can view and download apps that have already been built. With the API, developers will have access to two sets of statistical databases: the 2010 Census, and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey. The former includes the latest data on population, age, sex, race, and home ownership, while the latter offers more socio-economic statistics, covering fields like education, income, and employment. The Census Bureau is encouraging developers to create apps that are customized to consumer needs, and to share their ideas on its Developers Forum page.
1Q: Natural sound for your mobile life by David Laituri Final day stretch goal: Help us hit $200K... and we will include a pair of our 1E sound isolation earphones with EVERY pledge over $180 as an added incentive! "I'm absolutely in love... the little Vers 1Q is simply perfect" - Techcrunch "You'd be wise to check out the 1Q from Vers" - Engadget "Mobile music never looked so good" - iSource "Vers 1Q... is a work of art" - iphonesavior.com Wrapped in a 3" wood cube, 1Q is a powerful little Bluetooth sound system with a hand-crafted cabinet that produces warm, surprisingly natural sound. The idea behind 1Q is simple: to bring the beauty, natural acoustic properties and inherent renewability of wood to wherever you and your mobile device wander: to the office, the back yard or simply from room to room. Where will you use 1Q? Plug a 1Q into anther 1Q and you have yourself a 13 watt stereo! There are more than enough plastic sound accessories in the world today, most with a disappointingly short life. Input: Bluetooth v2.1, 3.5 mm Aux In Blogs:
aliasaria/scrumblr - GitHub Word 2007/2010 Redaction Tool - Home Cardiio - Touchless Camera Pulse Sensor for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (4th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation) and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G on the iTunes App Store Search In Cursive: Google Now Lets You Hand-Write Search Queries On Phones And Tablets Google just added a new feature to its mobile search page that lets you hand-write search queries in cursive and block letters. Once you have enabled this new feature, you can simply start writing on your screen and Google will translate your scribbles into a legible search query. The new feature will work on iOS5+ devices, as well as Android 2.3+ phones and Android 4.0 tablets. You can write both single letters and complete words on the screen (assuming they are short enough to fit on your phone’s screen). In our brief test, this new feature worked surprisingly well. As Google notes, this feature should come in especially handy when “you’re standing on a busy street corner, in a bumpy taxi ride, talking with a friend, or sitting on the couch with your tablet.” To enable this feature on your phone, just head for the settings menu at the bottom of Google’s mobile search screen (or on the top right if you are on a tablet) and look for the new “Handwrite” option.
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