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Top Tech Tools for Coaches

22 Nov

Are you a coach that’s looking to get organized and in the loop with technology? Coach Dan Kreiness \took the time to link his best calendars, organization, reflection, and collaboration tools. Some of his favorite include Google Drive, Dropbox, Voxer, Slack, and Pear Deck. What digital tools do you use online?

https://padlet.com/dankreiness/tools4coaches

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Take Me Back To

17 Nov

Want to know something that happened back on a particular date? I stumbled about this site that allows you to type in a date and find if there was something significant that happened. What date is matters to you?

https://takemeback.to/

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Are You Aware Of Your Spotify Activity?

27 Oct

I saw an article in USA Today by Ashley Wong recently that explained Spotify shares all of its users’ activity with followers and the public. Most other social networks like Twitter and Facebook allow you block your activity history from the public.Spotify accounts are setup to show your listening history.

So what can you do if you love Spotify? The music service has a private session button you can use. You can also setup secret playlists where only you can see them. Finally you could create an anonymous account.

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Tech You Should Have In Your Apartment

4 Oct

Have you done an inventory of the technology you need in your apartment? Recently we stumbled upon a great article that breaks down the top 100 plus items you need.

Top 10 items you need in your apartment:
1. August Smart Lock
Reliable, affordable keyless door locks are here! It’s activated by your smartphone so you can be anywhere and unlock the door for your mom, your dog walker or a trusted delivery service.

2. Blink Camera
It gives you peace of mind knowing you can have a 24-hour live feed of your apartment streaming into your smartphone.

3. Sonos One
It’s sort of like an Amazon Echo, but with top-shelf sound quality.

4. Echo Dot
The Echo Dot is another compact speaker system which works with Alexa voice control, but it also makes and takes calls, and it’s compatible with all of the other smart devices in your apartment.

5. Nest Learning Thermostat
This thermostat will actually save you money after a while. It also creates a cooling and heating algorithm for your apartment based on your movements.

6. Belkin Wemo Switch
Turn any switch on in your apartment through an app on your tablet or phone.

7. Furbo Full HD WiFi Dog Camera
Speaking of pets, the Furbo dog camera is the next best thing to hanging out with your dog all day. It also sends your phone alerts of what your dog is doing, and it even allows you to throw them actual treats.

8. Netgear Orbi
It is a super-charged router that speeds up your connectivity and eliminates your apartment’s dead spots.

9. Smarter Fridgecam
It pops on your fridge door and sends you photos from the inside. It also learns what you like and sends you reminders.

10. Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance A19
This lighting system allows you to control the color and brightness of multiple light bulbs at once through Alexa or your phone.

Check out the full list here
ttps://www.apartmentguide.com/blog/technology-you-must-have-in-your-apartment/

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Identify Your iPhone

23 Sep

Which iPhone do you have? I found this handy list on Apple’s website if you are deciding what phone you have or need.

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201296

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Udacity has Free Tech Classes

22 Sep

Did you know that Google offers an abundance of classes for tech & business professionals? Localization Essentials class is one of my favorites. The free class on localization essentials is about making products work for users worldwide. If you want to expand your horizons, check out Udacity. It offers classes from the top big technology companies.

https://www.udacity.com/

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Looking for inspiration?

29 Aug

Al Wasco is a teacher and a philosopher. If you are looking for inspiration once a month, you should sign up for his newsletter. I always walk away with something insightful and thought provoking.

https://theviewfrom32.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe

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Helping Musicians Sell Music Online

26 Aug

Are you a musician? Do you need help selling your music online? Then you should check out Link Fire. They help create intelligent links that route fans to the music they love, in the apps they love. They do it automatically. I recently received a link to check out new tunes from an artist and I landed on a page that redirected me to many music services.

If you are a musical artist, discover Linkfire to promote your music.
https://linkfire.com/

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Scholarship Resources

25 Aug

I’m guessing that like us, you too have noticed there is no shortage of information about the numerous scholarships available to students. In the course of our research, Reviews.com found a common pain point among students was finding tools to sort through all the available scholarships to find those that would be most applicable to their situation. They spent over 200 hours researching 17 of the most popular scholarship search platforms that are currently available. They analyzed and audited them using five core metrics to identify key functionality, research tools, and useful student resources.

http://www.reviews.com/best-scholarship-search-platforms/

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Back To School List Assist

18 Aug

Do you need help getting your kids back to school supplies together? We are all busy during this season with the mad rush back into the swing of things and Target is trying to solve the problem with School List Assist. The site will help you put together your list for you. Here’s what you have to do.

School List Assist

  1. Choose your delivery method – free 2-day shipping or pick up at your Target store.
  2. Find your school’s list – first enter your school’s ZIP Code, then choose your child’s class. They’ll instantly match that list to items you can buy now.
  3. Add the items to your cart with a tap – then check out!

https://www.target.com/c/school-list-assist/-/N-ojfyt

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