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March 11, 2014

Now we know why he’s crowdfunding that Shaq-Fu sequel…

  • $1K per week is what Shaquille O’Neal spends on apps for his various smart devices during an average seven-day period, according to a new Wall Street Journal interview with the former NBA All-Star. Suddenly, we don’t feel so bad about spending a couple bucks on Threes last week. source
17:23 // 5 months ago
December 26, 2013
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November 12, 2012
jimmydaly:

Now that about 45 percent of adults in the United States own smartphones, citizens are constantly equipped with an Internet connection, GPS functionality and a digital camera. Governments are taking advantage of that fact by using apps to ease the burden of providing services to residents.
Turns out government can be kinda cool sometimes! Check out the infographic here.

Ever use an app created by a federal, state or local government?

jimmydaly:

Now that about 45 percent of adults in the United States own smartphones, citizens are constantly equipped with an Internet connection, GPS functionality and a digital camera. Governments are taking advantage of that fact by using apps to ease the burden of providing services to residents.

Turns out government can be kinda cool sometimes! Check out the infographic here.

Ever use an app created by a federal, state or local government?

12:49 // 1 year ago
October 15, 2012

If you haven’t seen it yet, the new iOS news app Circa is really cool — incremental news for those of you using your phones and stuff — but it’s missing something: Numbers and blurbs. As an experiment for kicks, here’s what that would look like.

23:30 // 1 year ago
October 8, 2012
Finally, an app designed just for me.

Finally, an app designed just for me.

12:53 // 1 year ago
April 1, 2012
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16:59 // 2 years ago
September 13, 2011
That’s why it’s only natural that today’s more tech-savvy educators are recognising the potential of using games as a teaching device in their classrooms.
Ntombezinhle Modiselle, a South African teacher • Defending the use of technology in the classroom.  This teacher is trying to recognize the fact that “today’s learners are the gamer generation.” We kinda think that the Atlanta teacher using “Angry Birds” to teach velocity and acceleration might be taking it a little far, though. What’s next, urban planning through “SimCity”? (OK, OK, you’re right, that’s actually a good idea) World War II history through “Call of Duty”? Statistics through one of the “Final Fantasy” games? source (viafollow)
0:43 // 2 years ago