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BeFunky Photo Editor

BeFunky Photo Editor

We love photography. Now, we’re both still learning how to take good pictures….but enjoying it is the most important part! With end of the year activities quickly approaching and Easter weekend a few hours away, we’d like to introduce you to a FREE photo editing tool called BeFunky. Most of us are not professional photographers but with a little … Continue reading

Read, Write, and Share…Go Wild With Widbook

Read, Write, and Share…Go Wild With Widbook

“Our mission is to disrupt the ebook industry with the best collaborative writing platform in the world.” -Widbook Introducing…..Widbook! With a mission statement like the one above, I must say it immediately caught my attention. We have been looking for a collaborative online writing platform for quite some time and it’s here!! Sure, we have found examples … Continue reading

PowToon

PowToon

Do you ever feel like using PowerPoint is kinda like Jason in the “Friday the 13th” movie and the only way to kill him/it is to send them back to their original resting place? (where he drowned in 1957 in the Lake Forest Green, Crystal Lake) Do you wish you could add a little animation and … Continue reading

5 Reasons You Should Start Blogging

5 Reasons You Should Start Blogging

After nine months of blogging, we want to take a moment to reflect on the year and give you a few reasons of why we began in the first place. This Fabulous Friday Find is intended to give us an outlet to write about things we are interested in. We run across “cool” stuff all … Continue reading

Lions, Tigers, and QR Codes?

Lions, Tigers, and QR Codes?

“So, what is a QR code? It’s short for “Quick Response” and it is (usually) in the shape of a square. It looks like a bar code with black splotches instead of lines. What do you do with a QR code? When you see one, you can use your smartphone or any mobile device with … Continue reading

Blurb – Self Publishing

Blurb – Self Publishing

Beautiful Books! Self Published By You! When I was a classroom teacher, my kids published a lot of books. We carefully finished our pages and then used the plastic spiral binder in the teachers’ room to bind the pages into book form. We would put them on display in the classroom or in the library. … Continue reading