Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sites Along The Way: You Don't Want To Miss These 07/10/2011 (p.m.)

    • 10 innovative apps to make reading tweets easier - TNW Social Media
    • Here are 5 of these greatest tools that aim to take out the hassle of reading tweets:
    • 92 EdTech Resources You May Have Missed–Treasure Chest July 10, 2011
    • DOC Cop is a plagiarism, cryptomnesia and collusion detection tool that creates reports displaying the correlation and matches between documents or a document and the Web.            DOC Cop does not take copyright or ownership of your material. It does not retain your material beyond the time it takes to generate your report.            DOC Cop gathers the evidence and provides the information necessary to judge whether plagiarism, cryptomnesia or collusion has occurred.  
                   Features             » Check DOC(X) & PDF Files         » Fast Turnaround             » Comprehensive FAQ         » FREE             » Detailed Reports         » Multiple String Lengths             » Detect Plagiarism and Collusion         » Online Support             » DOC(X) & HTML Reports         » Processing Indicator             » Easy To Use         » Web Based, No Installation Necessar
    • DOC Cop - Accurate Fast Free Simple Plagiarism & Collusion Detection
    • Audioboo
    • We are a mobile & web platform that effortlessly allows you to record and upload audio for your friends, family or the rest of the world to hear.
  • tags: calendar web2.0 tools ajax software collaboration productivity calendars

    • 30 Boxes lets you connect with the people who matter most
      Remember Birthdays
      Know What's Going On
      Get Stuff Done
      Keep Up With Friends
      Painless Organization / Sharing
  • tags: languages learning language list websites education foreignlanguage resources

    • This   is an alphabetical list of websites where you can learn a language   online. Some sites provide content; others community;   and a number have both. Some   sites focus on learning one specific language, others cover a number of   languages. Thanks to   all those who have contributed to this list. 

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