SMS Poll SMS Poll is a text message voting application that allows its customers to quickly and easily gather in-moment data from students, fans, customers, conference attendees, employees, or any other type of live audience. SMS Poll works by allowing a poll organiser to use a simple web interface to quickly create, customise, and share his/her poll online. The audience votes by sending an SMS to a local phone number or by browsing to a mobile friendly webpage, and the results for the poll update in real-time, right before the audience’s eyes. The SMS Poll service is currently available in Australia and the UK, with the company having launched its offering in early July, 2008. SMS Poll has two features: Instead of using special hardware or clickers, audience members use their own mobile phones to vote on a poll. Recent Milestones SMS Poll added Ian McCallam as Managing Director. Videos Screenshots Traffic Analytics Compete Sources
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Instant Poll! What's Twitter Instant Polls? TiPoll is a bot that picks up the the results of polls in twitter. To answer a poll question, follow tipoll, and after a little while, you can answer polls writing: @tipoll: Yes o @tipoll: 6-3 If you want to suggest a new poll topic, email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment somewhere in this site. Últimos comentarios JJ en Starting uprvr en Starting upJJ en Starting uprvr en Starting up Archivos Enlaces Estadísticas
Internet Archive Exhibit Exhibit 2.0 [[glossary definition:=Exhibit enables web site authors to create dynamic exhibits of their collections without resorting to complex database and server-side technologies. The collections can be searched and browsed using faceted browsing. Assorted views are provided including tiles, maps, etc.]] This is the official Exhibit site with live examples. Documentation For the academically inclined, here's a paper (draft). Help Us Out! As of March 27 2008, Exhibit has moved over to Google The original mailing list still exists but please move over all discussions of Exhibit, Timeline, Timeplot, and Timegrid to the Google mailing list. The following links are left in for historical reasons Credits This software is developed from the research in the Haystack group and the User Interface Design group at MIT CSAIL, and maintained by the SIMILE project. The development team for this software includes: David Huynh (original author)
Ed Tech Reflections Project Gutenberg On August 26 2020, the Project Gutenberg website underwent some major changes. These changes had been previewed since early 2020, and visitors to the old site were invited to try the new site, including giving input via a brief survey. The old site is no longer available. If you found yourself on this page unexpectedly, it is because an old page was redirected here. Please use the navigation menus at the top of the page to find what you were looking for. Below, find a description of the motivation behind the changes. THANK YOU for your patience as we continue to update the website to fix remaining problems, and maintain all the functionality and content that visitors expect. Known issues and “TO DO” items Updates on fixed items Let us know if you are still having trouble with these: OPDS: Issues resolved Kindle: Issues resolved Bookshelf detailed listings: Issues resolved Functionality issues Redirected pages go from https to http inappropriately. Content issues Items that will not be fixed