April 2015 archive

Apr 16

Paris Marathon Race Report

 “Please remember that you owe it to the fine things inside you to get the most out of them” –Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, in a letter to her husband dated March 1934. The Paris Marathon was on Sunday (12 April 2015). I had entered the lottery for the race a year ago. I registered on April… Continue Reading Paris Marathon Race Report

Apr 04

(Almost) Time for me to Fly

With thanks to REO Speedwagon. It’s almost time for me to fly. I mean that in two ways. The first is literal. I leave for the airport in a couple hours to head to Paris with two of my favorite colleagues, my mother, and 13 great students. We’re going as part of an Americans in… Continue Reading (Almost) Time for me to Fly

Apr 01

Open Thread Wednesday: the Cloud

By Erin E. Templeton The Cloud is where it’s at. This is probably not news to anyone who reads ProfHacker. We’ve talked about cloud storage for years: Dropbox, Spider Oak, Google Drive, and Copy. There are also other options like Apple’s iCloud …read more

Apr 01

Open Thread Wednesday: the Cloud

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The Cloud is where it’s at. This is probably not news to anyone who reads ProfHacker. We’ve talked about cloud storage for years: Dropbox, Spider Oak, Google Drive, and Copy. There are also other options like Apple’s iCloud and Microsoft’s OneDrive.

Now Amazon is upping the ante. Amazon Prime membership ($99 or $49 for students) already includes unlimited photo storage and an additional 5GB for video and files.  Now, for an additional $60 a year, Amazon Cloud Drive is offering “Unlimited Everyt…

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