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Online document editors

If you’ve been living under a tree, without wifi, not on the twitters or without a netbook for the last few years you may not have known or heard of google docs. It’s nice and gets the job done, but I’m not blown away by the user interface. Today, I took a second look at […]

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Use Gimp instead of Photoshop to edit those Digital Photos

Photoshop from Adobe is a professional application and priced accordingly. There are plenty of other applications out there can help you get the job done. Some are free and others are very inexpensive. Low Cost: GraphicConverter (Mac Only) Adobe Photoshop Elements (Windows, Mac)  Free: The GIMP Picasa Photo Gallery (Windows, Linux) iPhoto (Mac – free […]

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Excellent resources for eLearning

A list of some very helpful sites for elearning developers: http://www.adlnet.gov/ (scorm) http://www.aicc.org/ (aicc) Creating Content with Adobe Flash http://www.elearningweekly.com http://www.ostyn.com/resources.htm My presentation on using SCORM in Adobe Flash from the Plateau Insights 2008 Conference. This utilization of SCORM is specific to the Plateau LMS. insights_breakout_session_flash_scorm_20080916 A sample Flash SCORM 1.2 file (requires Adobe Flash CS3) I’ll […]

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Adobe Opens the FLV and SWF Formats

The Open Screen Project is working to enable a consistent runtime environment – taking advantage of Adobe® Flash® Player and, in the future, Adobe AIRâ„¢ — that will remove barriers for developers and designers as they publish content and applications across desktops and consumer devices read more | digg story

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