This is a write up from Jacek Antonelli, an artist and Scripter in Second Life, who attended Louise Later's session in Second Life on accesibilities in Second Life. They reviewed two scripts that will help people with limited or no vision enjoy second life without visual feedback! This is so exciting!
They need volunteers to help them develop the scripts – everyone working on this project is either blind or has a disability. Now, this is something to get behind. Great job Jacek!
tags: secondlife, web3d, education, edu_trends
ConverStations: Wallflowers: An Important Part of the Conversation – Still
I really enjoyed reading Mike Sansone's blog post about Wallflowers and how they are part of the conversation. He has a great way of putting this. I think it is a good read for those trying to understand blogging and social media.
tags: education, edublogger
Creative Web Tools For and By Kids / FrontPage
A project for ages 8-12 year old has sprung up as part of the grassroots movement of teachers to connect their students and flatten their classrooms. If you are interested in participating, join this wiki, fill out the poll, and take it on!
tags: education, project, flatclassroom, elementary_teacher, edu_news
7 Tools for Ripping Your DVDs – Reviews by PC Magazine
HOw to rip your DVD's. I don't condone piracy – but what if you want to move your movie to your iTouch — it is your movie and you should be able to do it! What do you think? Do consumers have the right to back up their DVD's to their computer or portable device?
tags: education, technology
Hey guys — please give Sue some thoughts on these questions.
tags: education, learning, thoughts, edublogger
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