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"Pick one of the incredible PulpMotion themes, drag & drop your pictures or videos, add some of your favorite music... And you're Done!
After just a few clicks you can sit back and enjoy your creation! Screen tips help you along the way at every stage. Looking to unleash your creative talent? No problem – PulpMotion offers further functionalities to fine tune your creation! Filters, Ken Burns, customizable text effects are all available."
"Don't miss out on the FIRST and ONLY "picture in picture" video application for iOS.
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"It doesn’t matter if you’re a veteran teacher or a newbie just now taking college courses — finding new ways to get students engaged in the classroom is always a great thing. One way many teachers are reaching out is with the multitude of material found on the web, allowing them to turn everyday lessons into a multimedia experience. You can find a great amount of helpful material on these sites, including videos to augment your lessons, lectures to inspire students, documentaries to show them how things work, and loads of additional videos to help you become a better, smarter teacher."
"Video Curation for Teachers! (or anyone for that matter...)"
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"As much as I love using iMovie, I can definitely appreciate when an app practically does the video editing for you. That is Magisto in its simplest form: a web app that can take the videos you have and edit them for you to create a pretty cool looking movie. It honestly is like magic and it makes my job a breeze, and not only that, it makes me look like I actually know what I am doing when it comes to video editing. Let me show you around the app a little more to give you an idea of what it does."
"I spent a week testing Amazon’s new e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite, which starts at $119. Our verdict: The front-lit screen improves the reading experience all day long, not just at night, making this a big step up from the Touch. Here are our review and video."
"What Is The Difference Between Professional Vs. Personal Social Network Mindset? #Video #Infographic"
"Photo effects and filters greatly enhance your digital images and add to their visual appeal. While there are numerous applications that offer you photo effects, very few offer video filters in the same package. One of these few good apps is a tool called Pencil Camera HD."
"Low broadband caps in Canada put that country close to third-world countries, and overage charges almost amount to human rights violations: Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos blasted broadband caps and usage-based-billing employed by Canadian ISPs during an investor event Thursday afternoon."
"On the flip side, should we see the heavy investment of funding in iPads as a race to excellence?"
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"HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) will revolutionize delivery of TV services to all types of devices including smartphones and tablets, according to Ericsson, which will launch what it says will be the first live TV encoder compatible with the technology at the IBC trade show next month."
"Brands and their marketers would like to shift more budget to online video -- really. They know perfectly well that consumers are there waiting. But online will never have the gravitas of TV advertising until one very important change takes place."
"The most up-to-date data comes from CelesTrak which is funded by the Center for Space Standards and Innovation, located in Colorado Springs. As of this writing, there are over 13,000 satellites in orbit (they CLAIM.. non black ops) and over 20,500 satellites have decayed since 1957. Looking carefully at the data it appears that there are just under 3,500 satellites that are both functioning and in their correct orbit compared to nearly 10,000 that are classed as debris but haven't yet decayed. So 75% of the satellites orbiting the Earth are junk!"
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"Long before the buzz about the “flipped classroom,” there was buzz about the “Flip camera,” a low-cost but good-quality, easy-to-use video camera. Teachers and students loved it. But the company behind the camera, Pure Digital Technologies, was acquired by Cisco 2009 and production was halted in 2011."
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