So cool, so easy!

Naturally, I am now testing the other bits of fun associated with Posterous.   Well, I am using my Gmail account, because my work email sends to Posterous all the privacy stuff that we have at the bottom of our emails. Now, to test sending a pic along with the post.

Here's a pic from my phone.  Oh, and we can't send stuff via SMS from OZ yet…unless we dial to the UK.  Sometimes, just sometimes, it might be worth it.  Otherwise via email is pretty cool.

So this is crossposting to my blog, twitter, and of course to Posterous. Nice  🙂

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Innovation these days? New tools new options!

I’ve just set up a posterous account via email, and it totally blew me away. This is the quickest thing on earth to set up and get kids blogging. It’s the quickest thing on earth for cross posting. Well, I just like it …it’s fun.

What’s more you can attach any type of file and they’ll post it along with the text of your email.
They’ll do smarter things for photos, MP3’s, documents and video links

I’m off to test this with an email right now!!  Cool.  Thanks to Maureen for sending me a recommendation 🙂

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Phone a friend in exams

People beyond Australia will be interested to catch the news item “Phone a friend in exams”.

A SYDNEY girls’ school is redefining the concept of cheating by allowing students to “phone a friend” and use the internet and i-Pods during exams. Presbyterian Ladies’ College at Croydon is giving the assessment method a trial run with year 9 English students and plans to expand it to all subjects by the end of the year.

This is part of a pilot study to examine potential change in the ways in which the Higher School Certificate (HSC  is the final pulic examination for all students in New South Wales) might be run.

Read more about it from Chris in The Truth is Out There

Photo: Question Mark