Sunday, June 20, 2010

All Things Technology Blog Carnival - 20, June 2010

Welcome to the June 20, 2010 edition of computing technology.

Katie Gilbert presents Coming Soon to a Classroom Near You: 10 Things To Know About Robot Teachers posted at Best Colleges Online.

Heather Sanders presents 21 Infographics Every Computer Nerd Must See posted at Masters in Computer Science, saying, "Computers have become the lifeblood of our society. To that end, here are 21 infographics that any computer nerd can appreciate."

Canika Jackson presents 10 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Politics Junkies posted at Master of Public Administration, saying, "If you follow politics a little, or a lot, Twitter is the place to immediately gratify your desire to know what’s happening in the White House and outside of it."

nissim ziv presents Project Manager: Roles and Responsibilities posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, "The article provides general job description for senior project managers and discusses the responsibilities and requirements for project management positions.

This article can be applied for any organizational roles such as – product mangers, program managers, project leaders and IT managers."

AndrosenDsouza presents 10 Awesome Android Apps for Nurses posted at RN To MSN Programs, saying, "Your android phone puts all kinds of medical information at your fingertips, which not only helps you, but can help your patients also. These 10 Android apps allow you to access the latest medical research and diagnostic tools in seconds."

Brenda Harris presents 50 Free Resources for Controlling Your Online Reputation posted at Associate Degree Online, saying, "Now employers and universities can simply Google a name to see if the applicant is the right fit for them based on the things they do on the job and off. You never want to risk an opportunity thanks to your online reputation, so keep it in check with free resources that will make you look good on the web."

Victoria Kennedy presents Open Courseware & Public Domain Books on the iPad ? The Ultimate Guide posted at Masters Degrees, saying, "The iPad has an optional iBooks application that can be downloaded from the App Store, which displays books and other ePub-format content downloaded from the iBookstore. But, how does the iPad fare in the e-book department, and is it friendly to open courseware and public domain books?"

stanya16 presents 10 Killer Online Tools for Web Designers posted at Web Design Colleges, saying, "Web design has never been easier. Sure, knowing HTML helps, but with these 10 killer online tools for Web designers, anyone can get in on the fun – and take a few shortcuts."

Ariana Burgess presents Archive - Microsoft - Napera posted at Napera.

Mike Fitterer presents eSignature to Save Equity Residential Six Million Sheets of Paper Annually posted at DocuSign Blog.

Ariana Burgess presents Evri Blog posted at Evri Blog.

Leonard Gilhooley x presents 5 Excellent iPad Apps for ?Dr. Mom? posted at CNA Class Online, saying, "Apps that range from helpful reminders of health appointments to apps that can diagnose common ailments mean that Mom has an entire arsenal of medical knowledge at her fingertips."

Tom Tessin presents Top Android Apps for College Students posted at FCC Student Blog, saying, "The top Android applications that every student should consider when it comes to helping them with school."

Larry Brown presents Optimization part 1 posted at Computer Guides.

Case Ernsting presents The Office: A Study in Social Media Success posted at MetaSpring Blog, saying, "Getting started with internet marketing and social media is a complicated process. But have no fear! There are many examples to follow including The Office, Sharpie and a t-shirt company."

Wise Bread presents Make Money Online With Free Videos posted at Wisebread.

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