Cables Aren’t Cheap

… but they should be. I have often been asked where I get good deals on tech, so here’s my tip for cables:

I have no affiliation with, but I do shop there whenever I need a cable.

Most cables you buy (for pretty much any electronics) are way overpriced — especially in “brick-and-mortar” stores. I have also found good deals at and on, but MonoPrice consistently has the best price and is just as reputable as Amazon or Newegg.

How to Bookmark to on the iPhone

If you’re a Delicious user, you probably use a Delicious Bookmarklet in your browser of choice to bookmark a page you are currently viewing. On the iPhone you can’t (yet) easily do this, because you can’t bookmark the JavaScript needed create the bookmarklet from within Safari on the iPhone.

(If you use Safari on OS X, you can drag and drop the bookmarklet to the bookmarks toolbar and it will sync to your iPhone).

With the simple steps below, you can create the bookmarklet by and once, and then use it to bookmark as many web pages as you want to Delicious. Continue reading “How to Bookmark to on the iPhone”

Educational Origami

A bunch of info here:

Educational Origami is a blog, and a wiki, about the integration of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) into the classroom, this is one of the largest challenges that [Andrew Churches] feel[s] we as teachers face. It’s about 21st Century Learning and 21st Century Teaching.”

I’ll be wading throug it this summer. On the surface it looks like it may be too much at once for most classroom teachers.