In this episode: Andrew remembers that IWB’s come with integrated curriculum – duh! Jon Corippo is straight out of the pool and back for a third guest appearance to sum up ISTE10 in three words – “Interactive whiteboard glut”, Jon also recommends checking out the SP Controls Doceri A/V switch with iPad integration and the Vidifox WebCam with a touch screen interface, Danny is jealous of Jon’s Google Block Party experience and the great games Jon got to play to win swag (even though Danny would have just bought anything with a Google logo on it anyway), Danny forgets all about http://googletreks.org/ and Andrew and Danny cover some of their favorite tweets from the past week.
In this episode: More iPhone 4 talk since Andrew and Danny now both have one, Andrew goes off on Big Curriculum and asks why Technology is not integrated into the big publisher’s offerings, sync multiple Google Calendars to your iPhone Calendar – https://www.google.com/calendar/iphoneselect, add Google mobile apps to your home screen – http://m.google.com, see your iPhone 4 screen’s potential with the Trip Out app, Danny finds a surprise waiting for him in his notebook bag and Google is finally linking regular Google tools to Google Apps accounts, although neither Danny or Andrew are exactly sure how that is going to work.
Final days of the fiscal school year and the crunch is on. We talk about how iTalc can be used (or not) for Classroom management (finally some school tech). We might actually get some Grants next year. How do you go after money for Tech? Leave us some feed back on the WordPress site (no its not Google Sites anymore). The jinx is still on; no iPhone 4 for us. The power of the iPhone 4 camera/video – The Ducati “156 Turns” iPhone 4 movie and BONUS: “Apple of My Eye” – another cool iPhone 4 film. Andrew upgrades a 3G to iOS 4 (woof, woof) and then jailbreaks it for fun.