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Virtual Society - using the internet to learn, make friends and get informed

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These are the slides of a talk I gave on 24/2 in Cambridge. It covers money, learning, making friends, health, how to and useful phone apps.

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Virtual Society - using the internet to learn, make friends and get informed

  1. 1. BLOGGING FOR BEGINNERS Virtual Societies
  2. 2. Money talks!
  3. 3. Blogging, express yourself! Must read: www.theguardian.com/money/series/how-to-build-a-profitable-blog
  4. 4. MAKING FRIENDS Meetup.com – free – sharing interests City Socializer – paid GOING OUT
  5. 5. LEARN ONLINE FutureLearn EdEx Google Garage
  6. 6. HOW TO ONLINE Just some examples… I have not tested them
  7. 7. HEALTH
  8. 8. TOP TASK APPS •Wunderlist - Android / iOS / Windows Phone (Free + IAP = paid extras aka freemium). Creating and sharing lists is easy, as is setting up deadlines. •Google Keep (Free) Evernote-style service for keeping notes, photos and even audio recordings that you don’t want to lose. You can set location-based reminders, if you wander past a supermarket it will remind you need teabags! •Todoist - Android / iOS / Windows Phone (Free + IAP) Keeping on top of your tasks. It’s easy to set up and manage lists, share them with other people, and set reminders and deadlines to help you get them done. •Any.do - Android / iOS (Free + IAP) If speaking rather than tapping out words is your thing, you’ll appreciate its voice-entry feature, which lets you create a list by talking into your smartphone. •Habitica - Android / iOS (Free + IAP) For tracking and ticking off daily tasks, but with a game to motivate you to complete them. @stuartdredge OTHER APPS •Google Maps •Barcode Scanner apps •Google Photos •Financial calculators, etc…

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