Archive for July, 2008

WordPress for iPhone, Stumble Upon

30 July, 2008

Well, this has got to be good… Here I am using my iPhone once again to send information to my blog. This time it is a short note to describe adding a ‘Stumble Upon’ button to your WordPress themes. I noticed that last week the hits rose quite dramatically on a particular item t do […]

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Testing the iphone app for WordPress

23 July, 2008

So here I am posting directly to my blog using my iPhone. It is slower to type than using a keyboard, of course, but it is at least available to me from anywhere. And as you can see… I can add an image, too. In this case it is a picture of my recently bashed […]

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Wanstead High School Creativity Day

22 July, 2008

On Monday, my colleague Matthew and I, accompanied by two work experience lads, went to Wanstead High School to run an animation day on the theme of Dr Who. We worked with twenty young people from Yr 7 to Yr 9 and took them through the stages of creating a stop frame animation using the […]

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RSC Jisc Barnfield College

4 July, 2008

The work for today was for the RSC/Jisc conference at Barnfield College – probably best described as an ‘e-Fair’ it brought together people from the colleges around the Eastern Region to explore the issues realting to new technologies and learning. We were delighted to be asked to support the event through the innovative SMS text […]

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BCSE Seminar 2008, Building Better Schools, BSF

4 July, 2008

Friday 27th June was the date for the BCSE seminar at Westminster Academy where architects, construction companies, designers and all interested in the BSF (Building Schools for the Future) Programme met up to look at some of the issues they all face. Cleveratom were there to provide an interactive session and encourage the delegates to […]

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