Entries Categorized as 'storage'

Diigo as research repository

Date February 3, 2011

At the high school, we wanted to find a way to have the students keep their resources from year to year so they can build their own resource aggregation. Discussions of Diigo emerged and we realized we could use Diigo to build their repository. Below is just one example of a set of annotations my […]

Import ebooks to Aldiko on DroidX

Date July 26, 2010

Just picked up my first droid phone, the DroidX, and I’m sure I’ll be posting more about things I learn on the phone. For now, though, I want to talk briefly about how to import .pub books into the Aldiko app. This took some time to figure out and I couldn’t find a post to […]

Tagging photos in Flickr

Date June 10, 2010

cc licensed flickr photo shared by funkandjazz As the idea of “tagging” files, images, folders, etc… caught on over the last few years, I’ve embraced it for so many reasons. Instead of sticking a file into a folder, that file could not represent so much more. For students, this could be “paper”, “draft1”, “Sci 302”, […]

Google Lets Users Store More Files Online

Date January 13, 2010

For years I’ve worried about storage and losing files. I’ve been online continually since 1992 now and have way too many files. Everything anymore to me are zeros and ones, and a few years ago I moved to Google tools for most everything. I am a Google whore, just short of flying to a Google […]

Flickr: A photo archive & backup

Date April 10, 2009

I’ve always worried about losing data mostly since my backup drive died when Claire was an infant, and I lost the video footage of my parents meeting her for the first time. I now back up doubly. I have another drive that is stuff that just won’t fit on my hard drive, then another that’s […]