Archive for the 'help' Category

Add Google Calendar To Your iPhone 3.0

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

iPhone 3.0 brings CalDAV to the iPhone/iPod touch family. This could be useful for iPhone OS 3.0 who have Google Calendar account. That is if you are using a corporate Exchange account, .Mac/Mobile Me or are not comfortable sharing your contacts with Google (just your times and locations). These options preclude using Google’s excellent Google… Continue Reading Add Google Calendar To Your iPhone 3.0

FStream – Radio wirelessly, finally

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

I’m a big fan of news radio, especially the information programming of the CBC and BBC World Service. If you’ve been looking for this on the iPhone/iPod touch I’d recommend the application FStream. There are a few paid options, but I’m a fan of free in ever sense of the word. If you do choose… Continue Reading FStream – Radio wirelessly, finally

Five tools for supporting others with technology

Monday, February 18th, 2008

My job at Brock as an “Educational Technologies Support Specialist” not surprisingly involves a lot of support, primarily of faculty using the web as an educational tool. I do a lot of meetings and workshops, but here is a list of the tools that I’ve found invaluable in helping people use technology remotely or asynchronously:… Continue Reading Five tools for supporting others with technology

Tree sap and more on my car

Monday, May 21st, 2007

This weekend Lindz and I had our marriage perpetration course in a semi-rural part of Mississauga. It was some nice quality time for me to share with Lindsay and nature. Sunday afternoon while we where leaving my relationship with Lindsay couldn’t have been better, my relationship with nature was at a serious low. Here’s what… Continue Reading Tree sap and more on my car