What does Apple’s latest iThing mean for education? Whilst Apple are certainly not the first to enter into the tablet market, it’s iPad could make a significant impact within education. The word tablet is often used to describe a mobile computer with a keyboard and a rotating screen which can fold back on itself. Mobile […]
NORAD (North American Aerospace Defence Command) tracks Santa every year! There are loads of things to click on as you track Santa across the GeoWeb, including being able to see Santa’s journey in Google Earth by clicking on the “track Santa in 3D” link. Better hurry, Santa has already passed by a group of Whales […]
Paul Thornton pointed out this interesting mash-up of Twitter and Google Maps – Geo Chirp. Thanks Paul. Could be a very handy tool at larger conferences that are using Twitter – which seems to be the most creative and interesting way of using this new app that I’ve found so far.
You may have heard of the term ‘Mash-up‘ relating to Web 2.0 sites, but what does it mean? In its simplest form a mash-up is a webpage that can display information mashed together from several sources to become another source. For instance listing earthquake activity with its location is very useful, but plotting that data […]