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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Mark Wagner tagged tools

Cool self-grading quiz script for Google Docs (potentially easier than IF formulas, with additional features).

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Robert Craven suggested this app to me when he saw how much I loved Jumpcut. And, yup, I LOVE TextExander too. :)

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Riffing off of a session I led at the edubloggercon, Joyce Valenza put together this cool video. :)

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Like tinyurl, this service lets you convert a long web address into a very short one that's easier to email, say, or type. But u.nu saves at least seven characters (or more) compared to tinyurl.com. "Enter your big bad URL and watch us cut it down to size."

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Jeremy Davis mentioned this in passing in his twitter workshop at the Leadship 3.0 conference. It checks dozens of social software services to see if a particular username is already taken. This way you (or a beginning user you're helping) can choose a username they can use "everywhere." Or... it can drive others to want to sign up for dozens of services they haven't tried. ;)

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Lucy Gray tipped me off to this cool way to download YouTube videos on a Mac. Apparently it is less hassle than using Download Helper on Firefox.

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I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like a possible alternative to Jott, which just started charging (and which the teachers in my multimedia workshop just learned about today). It also looks like it might play the roll of Remember the Milk or I Want Sandy. Let me know what you think if you've tried it.

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I have another new favorite Firefox extension... among other things, Fire Uploader can mass upload documents to Google Docs - just like an old school FTP program. Now you can "move into" the cloud by dragging and dropping.

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This looks very cool, and I'm linking to Tim Lauer's post because it's easier to get the gist of it there than on the product's website.

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