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Sway

Sway is Microsoft’s digital storytelling app. You can use it for your presentations. It’s easy to use and looks good on laptops, tablets and phones. You need to sign up with an email address. If you already have a OneDrive account (for OneNote and the other Microsoft apps), use the same email address and you’ll…

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Ratatype

Practice your typing skills with Ratatype. You don’t have to sign up to take the typing test, but if you want to try the tutorials (Typing Tutor) and save your scores, you need to sign up (e-mail or Facebook). Once you’re signed in, the menu will give you choices of what to do: Start with…

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Dragon Dictation

Dragon Dictation is a free voice-to-text app for iPhone and iPad. There’s an Android app called Dragon Mobile Assistant that appears to be the same/similar, is also free and is made by the same people, but I have not tried it. This is what the icon looks like: With this app, you can recored your…

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Office Lens

Are you submitting your analog portfolio pages by LINE or email? Do your photos look like this? Nice shadow, but it does make your portfolio hard to read. Or how about this: I know LINE has editing functions like rotating and brightening, so maybe it’s just laziness. But… Here’s one solution: Office Lens. This is…

Print What You Like

Print What You Like

Print What You Like is a Chrome Extension and website that allows you to take any URL and create a PDF, deleting anything on the page you don’t want (like ads). It’s similar to Print Friendly & PDF, which I posted about last year. Here’s how it works. It’s as easy as that! So no more…