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#moedchat   #gafemo   Educators...3rd Annual Google Summit at Parkway Southwest Middle on Saturday, October 1...you do not want to miss out on this Google-ly event (schedule should be up on Wednesday)...gafemo.com
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It’s time to prepare for #SaferInternetDay !
 
Get internet safety and privacy lesson plans and other resources below:
#GoogleEdu Training Center: https://goo.gl/9kdBva  
#OneGoodThinghttp://goo.gl/L4xBZy  
#SID2016 lesson plan: http://goo.gl/UFXvoP
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Very cool idea.
new post: iPad App Smashing Green Screen Videos from YouTube #iPadEd #StarWars

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How to Quickly Transfer Photos Between Facebook, Google+, Instagram and Flickr

When it comes to online sharing of photos, most of the user activity is centered around Facebook, and photo sharing sites like Flickr, along with Google+. Most of us tend to use multiple services to share photos, and we end up using more time and internet bandwidth to upload same set of photos across all the websites. Not convenient at all.

Would it be nice if you could simply upload the photos to one service and transfer them to other in less time and without the loss of any extra bandwidth?

Social Photos is a simple online tool that makes photo transfer between Google+, Facebook, Instagram and Flickr a quick drag and drop business.

It actually works quite nicely and does leave the photos intact where you are copying from. Only problem I have is that my Flickr photos and albums are a massive amount so it is struggling to show me the list of albums.  I have successfully copied whole albums from Google+ to Flickr though, through creating a  new album on the Flickr side.

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Searching the Bubble Level in Google
Searching "Bubble Level" In Google On Your Phone Gives You An Interactive Bubble Indicator

Of the many cool goodies in Google Search, this must be one of the most interesting and useful ones. Simply open Google Now or Google Search in Chrome and look for "bubble level," and you'll get a, well, bubble level. Quite expectedly.

The level appears as the top search card and is interactive. It adapts to whether you're holding your phone in portrait or landscape, or laying it flat on a table. While you may not use this for some very precise work, it is super cool and could come handy if you want to hang a poster or painting and just need an average way to know it's not completely crooked without installing a third-party app.

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YouTube - Setting up Parental Control settings
Disable or enable Restricted Mode

#keepkidssafe #internetsafety #digitalcitizenship
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