7 Apps that Display Real Time Keystrokes on a Windows PC Screen

Every wondered how to display keystrokes for screencasts on windows? Well, here are 7 apps to choose from – QiPress, KeyCastOW, KeyDisplayer,osdHotKey, KeyPose, ShowOff and KeyJedi

4 Resources for Your Prison-Based Internet in a Box

Are you a prison educator or interested in prison-based education? Wish you had access to the internet based tools that your colleagues have? Think it can enhance learning and prepare those incarcerated for life in a technology driven society? Well, you do not have access to those tools, yet (if you do please drop me […] → Continue Reading 4 Resources for Your Prison-Based Internet in a Box

Delete a Credit Card? – Over Our Dead Bodies

Some days I really miss Sprint—4g unrestricted speed and quality service in remote areas. But a recent interaction reminded me of some of the reasons I left them for T-Mobile. It all started when  I logged in to Sprint under an acquaintance’s account to make a credit card payment on their behalf.  Adding a credit […] → Continue Reading Delete a Credit Card? – Over Our Dead Bodies

NPower Celebrates TechTacular Things

Last night (Thursday, May 17, 2012), NPower Northwest brought together a community of individuals (clients, supporters and friends) interested in the use of technology to create an positive impact. Institutions represented at the event included Accenture, AT&T, Avanade, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Cognizant, Community Builder, Dell, Deloitte, IBM, KForce, Liquid Planner, Microsoft, Oracle, PointB, Presidio, SAP, Slalom, Sprint, Univar, […] → Continue Reading NPower Celebrates TechTacular Things

My Journey to Access to Justice

On Wednesday March 21, 2012 I left the Access to Justice (ATJ) committee meeting excited about the future. Three events occurring over three (3) months spurred this. 1 – Teaching Practicum Reveal and Refreshes My teaching practicum (TP) in Dr. Ricardo Gomez’s (University of Washington) information policy course allowed me to design and facilitate 30% (3 of 10) of the class sessions. Being the […] → Continue Reading My Journey to Access to Justice

Creating a Digital BookTalk – The Quick and Dirty Guide

Jared Mills, Readers Advisory Librarian, Seattle Public Library, shared  tips and techniques for creating fun, innovative, and engaging video booktalks at the 2012 iYouth Conference. The jam-packed room combined with the valuable information Jared shared led me to conclude that someone should capture the key points and make it accessible for the world! That “someone” ended up being me! Without further delay, […] → Continue Reading Creating a Digital BookTalk – The Quick and Dirty Guide

4 Things to Consider When Purchasing a Digital Camcorder

You probably came across this because you’re looking to get a camcorder. Well, don’t leave! Read on. You’ll get the information you need to make that happen. I promise. I was on YouTube a few weeks back watching performances by spoken word artists. Some of the videos were from big named television stations like HBO (Brave […] → Continue Reading 4 Things to Consider When Purchasing a Digital Camcorder

Displaying RealTime Tweets at a Conference

Have you ever (or are currently) wondered what is the quickest and easiest way to display a scrolling list of real-time tweets for people to see? At 2011 Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) conference held in Seattle, Washington, Karine Nahon the Conference Chair was looking to do exactly that, have a screen showing what people we saying about #ir12 […] → Continue Reading Displaying RealTime Tweets at a Conference