SoundCloud is a platform that puts your sound at the heart of communities, websites and even apps. Watch conversations, connections and social experiences happen, with your sound as the spark.
Today, we’re doing another first for web browsers by adding a classic word processing feature—pagination, the ability to see visual pages on your screen. We’re also using pagination and some of Chrome’s capabilities to improve how printing works in Google Docs.
Scrumblr is a new site that provides an online space to create and share sticky notes with a group.
Those who depend on Google Docs know how frustrating it is when you want to make a simple change from an iPhone, but can’t because Google Docs is read-only on mobile devices. Until now, that is. Google has just introduced a new mobile editor that makes it possible to make changes to your Google Docs from any iOS 3.x or later device, as well as from Android devices running Froyo (2.2).
Worries over Internet privacy have spurred lawsuits, conspiracy theories and consumer anxiety as marketers and others invent new ways to track computer users on the Internet. But the alarmists have not seen anything yet.
In the next few years, a powerful new suite of capabilities will become available to Web developers that could give marketers and advertisers access to many more details about computer users’ online activities. Nearly everyone who uses the Internet will face the privacy risks that come with those capabilities, which are an integral part of the Web language that will soon power the Internet: HTML 5.
This post is geared more toward a K-12 classroom, but it has some creative ideas for using Google Voice that could be applied to many learning environments.
With Google Voice, learners can call in and leave messages that can be emailed, downloaded as .mp3 files, or embedded in web sites using the included html code. Basically, it’s a way to create audio recordings, without the need for a computer or mic.
Dipity lets you create timelines that you can share with the world.