4 outils en ligne pour écrire ou éditer un texte à plusieurs Comment écrire un texte à plusieurs en travaillant tous sur le même document de travail et en s’évitant les allers retour par mail ou de jongler avec de multiples versions ? Plusieurs outils en ligne facilitent l’écriture collaborative d’un même texte et ouvrent ainsi de nombreux usages que ce soit pour éditer ou écrire un texte avec ses élèves ou avec des collègues. Il existe plusieurs solutions. Voici mes quatre préférées. Elles sont toutes les quatre, fiables, en ligne et entièrement gratuites.
Bokeh, quietly logging memories Facebook is great for extroverted folks who want to broadcast their thoughts and photos to a lot of people. A new service called Bokeh, though, is geared for those who want something closer to a private journal -- though not too close. Michael Zhang and Mike Zupan just launched Bokeh on Tuesday, offering the inevitable iOS app with an online site where people can store photos and thoughts. It's a spinoff from PetaPixel, the photography blog Zhang founded and of which he's now editor in chief.
ilys Love writing. Have fun again. Writing can be so much fun when our creative juices are flowing. This beautiful and delicious state of being is sometimes called a peak experience -- something rare and hard to find. We've discovered that this state of flow can be had easily and effortlessly by training ourselves to let go of our inner-editor while our creative-genius is given the freedom to run wild with unbounded expression. Cultivating this flow within you is why ilys exists. LeechBlock Atavist. Editeur de texte en ligne et plateforme dédiée à l'écriture Atavist est un étonnant éditeur de texte en ligne qui permet d’écrire , de mettre en forme, de partager et même éventuellement de vendre vos productions littéraires. Atavist est dédiée aux longs formats qui sont en train de revenir en force sur le web. Un document texte sur une seule et même page illustré, au cours de la narration verticale, par des encadrés, des images plein format ou encore des vidéos.
5 Alternatives to Dropbox, G+ Drive and SkyDrive The name Dropbox has become synonymous with intrapersonal large file sharing, as has Google+ Drive (formerly Google Docs) and, to a lesser degree, Microsoft’s SkyDrive. But these options aren’t for everybody: SkyDrive has been beset by problems associated with the Windows 8.1 OS upgrade, G+ users complain that the storage capacities of G+ Drive, Photos and Gmail are all linked, which can create overages and force users to delete data or pay for extra storage, and Dropbox has been breached by attackers before and security experts maintain it can happen again. So what’s a would-be file sharer to do? Here, listed in alphabetical order, are five alternatives to document and large file sharing to the aforementioned big three. Amazon Cloud Drive: Amazon has a huge amount of server space, so it seems a natural progression that it would offer cloud storage.
Write or Die 2 ZoomIt Introduction ZoomIt is a screen zoom and annotation tool for technical presentations that include application demonstrations. ZoomIt runs unobtrusively in the tray and activates with customizable hotkeys to zoom in on an area of the screen, move around while zoomed, and draw on the zoomed image. I wrote ZoomIt to fit my specific needs and use it in all my presentations. ZoomIt works on all versions of Windows and you can use pen input for ZoomIt drawing on tablet PCs.
Live.pics.io lets you narrate online slideshows in the moment Miss the days of real-world slideshows, when your guests would come by to see your vacation photos and hear you tell the story behind the shots? Ukrainian startup TopTechPhoto launched a service called Live.pics.io on Wenesday that aims to reproduce the experience online. The service works over a private chat room on the Web, but the company plans to launch a Facebook app in a week or two that uses the service, too. Sites such as Flickr or Facebook are fine for sharing photos, but they aren't set up for a live conversational tour of a photo gallery. Screen-sharing services can help, but they can mean lousy resolution -- the last thing you want while looking at photos. WebSockets Now in Public Beta We’re excited to announce that WebSocket functionality is now available on Heroku in public beta. We can’t wait to see the powerful and creative real-time apps you’ll build. In this post, we show how to get up and running with WebSockets and demonstrate the functionality with two sample apps you can get on GitHub. Editor's Note: Features added through Heroku Labs are experimental and are subject to change.
Behaviour Management: A Bill Rogers Top 10 Behaviour Management Strategies from Bill Rogers Without doubt the greatest personal challenge I’ve faced as a teacher was moving from the Sixth Form college in Wigan where I started teaching, to Holland Park School in London in my mid-20s. Having established the idea in my mind that I was a pretty good teacher, it was a massive shock to discover that in my new context, I was a novice. It was humbling. To begin with I struggled just to get a class to listen (suffering routine humiliation at the hands of a certain Year 9 class) and I went through a terrible phase (2-3years?) Collective Action Toolkit Is it possible to inspire design thinking outside of the design world? The practice has helped countless organizations innovate new products and services, but has infrequently been made available to a broad audience. frog set out to prove the practice is universal by creating the Collective Action Toolkit, a set of resources and activities to help people accomplish tangible outcomes through a set of guided, non-linear collaboration activities. The goal: to help communities generate solutions, connect to resources, and pool knowledge to solve a wide range of challenges and create real change.
Access Any Website Or Forum Without Registering Visit any forum or website to find something useful and they will ask you to register. Every time a forum asks me to register, I simply close the site. You would probably do the same. But this time, lets face it. Before I begin, you should know how things work.