Using Google Earth to Follow the Trail of Lewis and Clark

May 14th marks the 215th anniversary of the start of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The Corps of Discovery, as the group was known, set […]

From Google: New AR features in Search rolling out later this month.

From Google: New AR features in Search rolling out later this month.   DC: As #AR hardware and software continue to emerge, I look forward […]

10 Google Sheets tricks you (probably) don’t know about

Google Sheets might look a little scary and a bit threatening at first glance but once you take the time to unlock its secrets you’ll […]

TCEA Responds: Move That G Suite Data

Dear TCEA Responds: Does someone have a document they share with students and staff that are leaving the district in regards to their Google accounts? […]

Introducing G Suite EDU to Your District

Have you introduced G Suite for Education to your school? Need some tips and ideas to get it going? Launching a new initiative requires careful […]

Backups Made Simple

If you’re like most computer users, you have zillions of files, photos, videos, and other documents on your device, perhaps organized and perhaps not. The […]

If this foot gets in the door…where will we go in the future if we want some peace and quiet?! [Christian]

From LinkedIn.com today: From DSC: I don’t like this at all. If this foot gets in the door, vendor after vendor will launch their own […]

Drawalong AR Turns YouTube art tutorials into augmented tracing paper [Melnick]

Drawalong AR Turns YouTube Art Tutorials Into Augmented Tracing Paper — from vrscout.com by Kyle Melnick  

Reflections on “We Built an ‘Unbelievable’ (but Legal) Facial Recognition Machine” [Sahil Chinoy at nytimes.com]

We Built an ‘Unbelievable’ (but Legal) Facial Recognition Machine — from nytimes.com by Sahil Chinoy “The future of human flourishing depends upon facial recognition technology […]

A Perfect Match – Google Tilt Brush on Oculus Quest

Google Tilt Brush on Oculus Quest is a perfect match for virtual reality. A free-form VR painting and design tool on a standalone HMD with […]

The Privacy Project from the New York Times

Example articles from the Privacy Project: James Bennet: Do You Know What You’ve Given Up? A. G. Sulzberger: How The Times Thinks About Privacy Samantha […]

26 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Calendar could do [Raphael]

26 incredibly useful things you didn’t know Google Calendar could do — from fastcompany.com by Jr Raphael Upgrade your agenda with this cornucopia of advanced options, […]

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