Agenda Week 2
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                Hello Again, Hello
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Agenda Week 2
                 http://www.billselak.com/educ515



                Hello Again, Hello
                How ...
Agenda Week 2
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                  AirSet Questions
                  History o...
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                  History of podcasts


                  2000 ...
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                  History of podcasts

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How It’s Done
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                  Featured podcast: 60 Second Psych
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How It’s Done
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                  Featured podcast: 60 Second Psych
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Shortcut!
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                 Apple:



               ⌘ + Shift + N
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Arr-ticles
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                  25 Days That Changed Everything
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                  25 Days That Changed Everything
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Arr-ticles
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                Which event is most
                  25 Days T...
Production Studio
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                 Podcasting for the classroom:
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Format of the Week
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                  Blurb:
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Format of the Week
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                  Blurb:
                  • short (60 sec...
New Skill
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                           Recording a podcast:
                   ...
New Skill
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                           Recording a podcast:
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Honest to Blog
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                  Set up your own blog!
                  Blo...
Honest to Blog
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                  Set up your own blog!
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Honest to Blog
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    1. 1. Agenda Week 2 http://www.billselak.com/educ515 Hello Again, Hello How It’s Done Shortcut! Arr-ticles Production Studio Format of the Week New Skill Honest to Blog Monday, February 9, 2009
    2. 2. Agenda Week 2 http://www.billselak.com/educ515 Hello Again, Hello How It’s Done Shortcut! Arr-ticles Production Studio Format of the Week New Skill Honest to Blog Monday, February 9, 2009
    3. 3. Agenda Week 2 Back to Agenda AirSet Questions History of podcasts 25 Days that changed everything Skype test Twitter Educational podcasting Multiple intelligences Let’s Podcast! Blogging & podcasts Monday, February 9, 2009
    4. 4. Agenda Week 2 Back to Agenda History of podcasts 2000 [enclosure] tag, Dave Winer & Adam Curry 2003 Bloggercon, RSS feeds & aggregators 2004 “podcasting” is a new word 2005 Podcast added to iTunes Monday, February 9, 2009
    5. 5. Agenda Week 2 Back to Agenda History of podcasts quot;Dave Winer left our meeting and created the enclosure element to the RSS distribution format he had developed earlier, allowing a file to be 'attached' to an RSS entry by means of a url pointing to the file. For the next 4 years we spent plenty of time evangelizing the enclosure element and it's promised power, but never really found the spark to get a movement going.quot; -Adam Curry Monday, February 9, 2009
    6. 6. How It’s Done Back to Agenda Featured podcast: 60 Second Psych style: Blurb respond on Google docs forms Monday, February 9, 2009
    7. 7. How It’s Done Back to Agenda Featured podcast: 60 Second Psych style: Blurb respond on Google docs forms Monday, February 9, 2009
    8. 8. Shortcut! Back to Agenda Apple: ⌘ + Shift + N PC: rt click( w, f desktop), Make a new folder. Monday, February 9, 2009
    9. 9. Arr-ticles Back to Agenda 25 Days That Changed Everything Download: PC World - 25 Days That Changed Everything Page 2 of 7 April 6, 2006: YouTube Turns PCs Into TVs ! http://www.snipurl.com/article3 June 29, 2007: D-Day for iPhone Insanity ! September 9, 1986, through May 24, 1991 Compaq Out-Clones IBM September 9, 1986 Read For the first few years of the PC era, IBM faced little challenge from other DOS computer makers. But when Intel bumped up the processing power of its CPUs from 16 bits to 32 bits-- a standard that still dominates today--Compaq surprised Big Blue by beating it to market with a competitively priced ($6499!) computer carrying Intel's new 386 chip. Suddenly, IBM could no longer set the pace--or the price--for PCs. Think Microsoft Builds an Office August 1, 1989 Few folks remember that Microsoft Office made its debut as a $500 Macintosh suite containing three already popular programs (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and that it lacked the OLE data format, spelling checker, and Visual Basic scripting that tie Office applications together now. The Windows version came a year later, and many experts now view Office--not Windows--as Microsoft's most productive cash cow. Discuss Desktops Become Darkrooms February 19, 1990 Frustrated by his Mac Plus's inability to show grayscale levels for his doctoral thesis on digital image processing, Thomas Knoll wrote a subroutine to simulate the effect. His brother John, an employee at Industrial Light and Magic, got him to turn it into a program that the brothers called ImagePro, but Silicon Valley took little interest until John demoed it to Adobe. Launched on this date, the retitled app is now so closely identified with digital imaging that people use it as a verb, as in, quot;I'll Photoshop out the wart.quot; Windows Hits the Big 3.0 May 22, 1990 The first few releases of Windows failed to catch fire. But by adding both virtual memory and memory protection, Windows 3.0 turned PCs into capable multitasking machines--and a dea with Apple finally allowed overlapping windows (Windows 2.0 could only tile them). Microsoft sold about 10 million copies of Windows 3.0, establishing Windows as the dominant operating system among personal computers. The Internet Goes Commercial May 24, 1991 http://www.pcworld.com/printable/article/id,141699/printable.html 1/28/2008 Monday, February 9, 2009
    10. 10. Arr-ticles Back to Agenda 25 Days That Changed Everything Download: PC World - 25 Days That Changed Everything Page 2 of 7 April 6, 2006: YouTube Turns PCs Into TVs ! http://www.snipurl.com/article3 June 29, 2007: D-Day for iPhone Insanity ! September 9, 1986, through May 24, 1991 Compaq Out-Clones IBM September 9, 1986 Read For the first few years of the PC era, IBM faced little challenge from other DOS computer makers. But when Intel bumped up the processing power of its CPUs from 16 bits to 32 bits-- a standard that still dominates today--Compaq surprised Big Blue by beating it to market with a competitively priced ($6499!) computer carrying Intel's new 386 chip. Suddenly, IBM could no longer set the pace--or the price--for PCs. Think Microsoft Builds an Office August 1, 1989 Few folks remember that Microsoft Office made its debut as a $500 Macintosh suite containing three already popular programs (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and that it lacked the OLE data format, spelling checker, and Visual Basic scripting that tie Office applications together now. The Windows version came a year later, and many experts now view Office--not Windows--as Microsoft's most productive cash cow. Discuss Desktops Become Darkrooms February 19, 1990 Frustrated by his Mac Plus's inability to show grayscale levels for his doctoral thesis on digital image processing, Thomas Knoll wrote a subroutine to simulate the effect. His brother John, an employee at Industrial Light and Magic, got him to turn it into a program that the brothers called ImagePro, but Silicon Valley took little interest until John demoed it to Adobe. Launched on this date, the retitled app is now so closely identified with digital imaging that people use it as a verb, as in, quot;I'll Photoshop out the wart.quot; Windows Hits the Big 3.0 May 22, 1990 The first few releases of Windows failed to catch fire. But by adding both virtual memory and memory protection, Windows 3.0 turned PCs into capable multitasking machines--and a dea with Apple finally allowed overlapping windows (Windows 2.0 could only tile them). Microsoft sold about 10 million copies of Windows 3.0, establishing Windows as the dominant operating system among personal computers. The Internet Goes Commercial May 24, 1991 http://www.pcworld.com/printable/article/id,141699/printable.html 1/28/2008 Monday, February 9, 2009
    11. 11. Arr-ticles Back to Agenda Which event is most 25 Days That Changed Everything Download: important to you? PC World - 25 Days That Changed Everything Page 2 of 7 April 6, 2006: YouTube Turns PCs Into TVs ! http://www.snipurl.com/article3 June 29, 2007: D-Day for iPhone Insanity ! September 9, 1986, through May 24, 1991 Compaq Out-Clones IBM September 9, 1986 Read For the first few years of the PC era, IBM faced little challenge from other DOS computer makers. But when Intel bumped up the processing power of its CPUs from 16 bits to 32 bits-- a standard that still dominates today--Compaq surprised Big Blue by beating it to market with a competitively priced ($6499!) computer carrying Intel's new 386 chip. Suddenly, IBM could no longer set the pace--or the price--for PCs. Think Microsoft Builds an Office August 1, 1989 Few folks remember that Microsoft Office made its debut as a $500 Macintosh suite containing three already popular programs (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and that it lacked the OLE data format, spelling checker, and Visual Basic scripting that tie Office applications together now. The Windows version came a year later, and many experts now view Office--not Windows--as Microsoft's most productive cash cow. Discuss Desktops Become Darkrooms February 19, 1990 Frustrated by his Mac Plus's inability to show grayscale levels for his doctoral thesis on digital image processing, Thomas Knoll wrote a subroutine to simulate the effect. His brother John, an employee at Industrial Light and Magic, got him to turn it into a program that the brothers called ImagePro, but Silicon Valley took little interest until John demoed it to Adobe. Launched on this date, the retitled app is now so closely identified with digital imaging that people use it as a verb, as in, quot;I'll Photoshop out the wart.quot; Windows Hits the Big 3.0 May 22, 1990 The first few releases of Windows failed to catch fire. But by adding both virtual memory and memory protection, Windows 3.0 turned PCs into capable multitasking machines--and a dea with Apple finally allowed overlapping windows (Windows 2.0 could only tile them). Microsoft sold about 10 million copies of Windows 3.0, establishing Windows as the dominant operating system among personal computers. The Internet Goes Commercial May 24, 1991 http://www.pcworld.com/printable/article/id,141699/printable.html 1/28/2008 Monday, February 9, 2009
    12. 12. Production Studio Back to Agenda Podcasting for the classroom: When you record your podcast, stand up “talk” to a friend Your first podcast is always the worst. Don’t worry about it being perfect, just worry about about starting today. Monday, February 9, 2009
    13. 13. Format of the Week Back to Agenda Blurb: • short (60 sec.) • to the point • one tip, trick, or thought • daily/weekly Monday, February 9, 2009
    14. 14. Format of the Week Back to Agenda Blurb: • short (60 sec.) #1:the point what I’m going to tell you. Here’s • to #2 Lettrick, tell you. • one tip, me #3: Here’s what I just told you. or thought Thanks for listening! • daily/weekly Monday, February 9, 2009
    15. 15. New Skill Back to Agenda Recording a podcast: (1) pick a format (2) write something (content) (3) set up gear (4) record (5) upload (6) test Gnu (Skill) Monday, February 9, 2009
    16. 16. New Skill Back to Agenda Recording a podcast: (1) pick a format (2) write something (content) (3) set up gear (4) record (5) upload (6) test Gnu Review: (Skill) Podcast Solutions ch. 3-6 Monday, February 9, 2009
    17. 17. Honest to Blog Back to Agenda Set up your own blog! Blogger Wordpress Monday, February 9, 2009
    18. 18. Honest to Blog Back to Agenda Set up your own blog! Blogger Wordpress Monday, February 9, 2009
    19. 19. Honest to Blog Back to Agenda Set up your own blog! Blogger Wordpress Monday, February 9, 2009

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