Category Archives: iPhone

Hyperconnected Education – the human network

When people connect, they begin to share. This happens automatically, an expression of the instinctive human desire to communicate matters of importance. Sharing, driven by need, amplified by technology, reaches every one of us, through our network of connections. We … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Former Apple Fan

Read The iPad is for show-offs. And the iPhone 4 makes it difficult to make a simple telephone call. Apple used to be hip, stylish and ahead of the curve. Now, though, it has become totally uncool — and not … Continue reading

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Free Montessori Based iPhone Applications for Kids

Read The Apple iTunes Store sells many applications, apps, to support children’s early education. Most recently, Apple introduced Montessori based apps that toddlers can use independently. There are many Montessori kids apps for sale and some downloadable for free. The … Continue reading

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10 Education Apps for iPod and iPhone that Support Adult Learning

Read After purchasing an iPhone or iPod Touch, maybe even both, you may be wondering what apps are available to support your learning in current or future adult education courses. Wonder no more! There are a number of free and … Continue reading

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iPhone Case with a Flip-Out Keyboard

Read If you’re an iPhone user who has looked on in envy at the physical keyboard attached to your friend’s BlackBerry or Motorola Droid, then you’re in luck. ThinkGeek, purveyors of stuff for smart masses, announced today an iPhone case … Continue reading

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