So many tools, so little time!

Yesterday while glancing through my Tweets, I stumbled across a request by @wmacphail to go to an address. Since I’ve always found his work interesting, I clicked. I ended up on an app he’d embedded in a course wiki, which let me talk to him and another guest. We were on tokbox – http://www.tokbox.com/ – a videochat tool.

Tokbox

 

I wish I had time to experiment with it. I hope people let me know how it works for them.
 

When I DMed @wmacphail my thanks for introducing me to tokbox, he sent me another link, showing me how LiveScribe works – http://www.livescribe.com/ – and I fell into equipment lust. I want one, but I’ll have to save up first.

Livescribe

I wish I had time to experiment with it. I hope people let me know how it works for them.

 

Then my colleagues in the HPCA Google Group sent around an amusing video with robot-like characters made with Xtranormal – http://www.xtranormal.com/ – and this tool looked like fun.

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I wish I had time to experiment with it. I hope people let me know how it works for them.

 

While scanning through my Posterous subscription to Steve Rubel’s LifeStream this morning, – http://www.steverubel.com/google-preps-server-side-clipboard – I saw the link to the post about the Google Cloudboard – http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2009/10/google-cloudboard.html – and it looks very useful.

Postcloudbaord

I hope I’ll have time to experiment with it. I hope, when it becomes available, people will let me know how it works for them.

 

In my Inbox this morning, I found an invitation to Google Wave, and I’m so-o-o- curious, and so short of time!

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I’m determined to have time to experiment with it. I hope people let me know how it works for them.

 

Joan Vinall-Cox
Social Media & Learning

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