I’ve taken a little time off from the old blog because I’ve been up to Dallas for nearly a week and it left me fairly exhausted. I went to the Taylor Publishing Co. Adviser Development Workshop. It is a great four day training that includes an entire day just to learn technology. That was great. I enjoyed it a lot, but with travelling, it was a six day marathon. But now, I’m back and rested. So, on to the links.
1 – Free Technology for Teachers definitely understands the conundrum those of us who can’t access Youtube at school face and he has posted several ways to download their vids for later use.
2 – Is the Pen Tool a mystery to you? Would you like to be a Photoshop Pen Master? All Web Design blog has a primer on the ways of the Pen Tool for those of us who live in fear of it.
3 – The Pew Internet Project has a super slide show on how the Internet has changed from 2000 to 2010 and it is really instructive to see how just 10 years have changed things.
4 – This would solve a lot of things…
5 – Here is a collection of weird and crazy things that have happened to reporters on air or on tape.
This one is the wildest.
6 – Here’s a blog I’m adding to my RSS reader, BillMecca.com. He’s a video journalist who posts lost of great stuff to his fledgling blog.
7 – Why do Video Journalists do it? Work the long hours, slinging heavy gear? Check out this video, it answers all the questions.
8 – The life of a one-man-band, how do they do it all? Shoot, edit, standup, report, shoot b-roll, upload, live shot. Whew.
9 – Campfire Journalism has a top notch post called A Few Lessons Learned From Teaching Online Journalism. And since almost all journalism is online these days, this is a must read for all journalism teachers.
10 – Setting up lights for a portrait shoot, or a group photo day, or for a TV interview? Sylights has a setup for you – or two or many, many more.
11 – Why is Net Neutrality important? Check out this video by some internet stars.
12 – There are no boring stories, just bad reporters. This one is good.
13 – I use Mac, so I don’t know nothing about Windows. But I do know that all computers get slow once in a while. Hongkiat has 9 Super Tips To Speed up Windows 7.
14 – I was asked to do a Q&A on the JEA website. Very cool.
15 – This is a really cool idea – 24 Hours in photos at a Wal-Mart. What about 8 Hours at your school?
16 – Slow News Day.
17 – Why should we care about HTML5 and why is Apple trying to ram it down our throats and kill Flash? All your answers to this are right here.
18 – It’s time to embrace the new media, but old media is still lagging – here are five things they just don’t get about new media.
19 – Let’s end with a great video about Teachers, why we need to value them.
Have a great summer. See you soon.
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