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14 Gen/10

Instruct your users or manage your classroom with iTALC

Instruct your users or manage your classroom with iTALC

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); iTalc is one of those programs that, when you see it up and running, is a thing of brilliance. But what is it? iTALC is a didactical tool that allows a teacher to view and/or control a students’ PC on the internal network in multiple ways. It supports Linux and Windows and can be used in transparently in mixed environments. iTALC has a clean interface, is not insanely difficult to set up, works beautifully, and is FREE (both...

10 Giu/09

Google Apps Will Soon Support Outlook Sync with Email, Contacts, and Calendars [Downloads]

Google Apps Will Soon Support Outlook Sync with Email, Contacts, and Calendars [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Windows only: Google Apps Sync is a new free utility from Google that syncs your Google Apps (Premier or Education edition) email, contacts, and calendar directly with Microsoft Outlook. With this move, Google’s looking to compete more directly with Microsoft Exchange, the business standard for syncing Outlook’s email, calendar, and contacts via the web. Features include: Email, calendar, and contacts synchronization....

19 Mag/09

Cobocards Is an Impressive, Collaborative Flash Card Webapp [Students]

Cobocards Is an Impressive, Collaborative Flash Card Webapp [Students]

Cobocards is a free, web-based flash card application with an emphasis on collaboration, so you can create and study a set of flash cards alongside your friends or fellow students. We’ve covered several flash card apps in the past, but Cobocards sets itself apart with an impressive feature set. Not only does it do all the basics, like tracking your progress as you study, but it also sports several useful features we haven’t always seen from its competition, such as several...




11 Apr/09

Set Up a Computer for Kids with Qimo [Kids]

Set Up a Computer for Kids with Qimo [Kids]

Looking for a simple way for a young child to use your computer without messing everything up? Qimo is a lightweight, kid-focused Ubuntu distribution you can install or boot from a CD or thumb drive. Qimo was designed by a husband and wife team in Florida, for their charity Quinn Co. The charity specializes in refurbishing donated computers to serve low-income and special needs children. As a result, Qimo is designed to run easily on low end hardware: the minimum requirements are a 400Mhz...