We talk about anything and everything related to technology in law schools. Hosted by David Dickens, Consulting Technologist at Pepperdine Law School, with co-hosts Ben Chapman, Asst. Dean for IT at Emory Law School; Jonathan Ezor, law professor and Director of the Institute for Business, Law & Technology at Touro Law School; and Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian at Chicago-Kent College of Law. Our producer is Ed Myers, Media Services Coordinator at Temple School of Law. This podcast is made possible with support from CALI (http://cali.org).
Episode 28 – Great tech deals, iPads vs Chromebooks, Twitter managment, Coding for everyone
Sorry about the technical difficulties in the live cast – here’s the whole thing!
This week’s links:
Amazon Warehouse Deals
LiveCode (and HyperCard)
SuperCard (and HyperCard)ift
Interview with Dave Cormier, CALICon12 Thursday Plenary Speaker
David Dickens has a conversation with Dave Cormier, the 2012 CALI Conference for Law School Computing Thursday plenary speaker. Download here
Dave’s day job is the Manager of Web Communications and Innovations at the University of Prince Edward Island. He is also well know as prime mover in the EdTechTalk community (http://www.edtechtalk.com/) and has been involved in such for quite a few years. I find it hard to describe Dave in just a few sentences, though I have read, listened and watched his work for many years. He is an explorer and fellow traveler in the ed tech space. He has a prolific presence and freely shares his ideas and insights in writings, videos and MOOCs. Dave blogs at http://davecormier.com/.
We talked about lots of great tech news this week, from personal URL shorteners to the return of Ze Frank to DYI tech news magazines.
Links for this podcast:
YOURLS: Your Own URL Shortener
Shorten-It – an URL shortener that Elmer Masters is working on
Domainr – Worldwide domain search
Can Libya’s government bring down URL shortener bit.ly?
Ze Frank’s A Show
Woodstock Wire – great tech news source
Zite – create personalized magazines for mobile devices
A Baseline for Front-End Developers
Enyo – framework for JavaScropt
Bound by Law – comic about copyright issues
iVerse Media Launches Library Initiative With ComicsPlus Library Edition
Episode 23: CALI Con
In this week’s LSTT, we talked about our favorite April Fool’s jokes, tech news, and CALI Con:
Google Maps 8-bit for NES
On the more serious side, 3/31 was Word Backup Day.
We learned that we could make any printer AirPrint compatible. Even on Unix.
And, of course, we discussed the 2012 CALI Conference. You can find videos from older conferences here.
Episode 22: Welcome to 2012
Catching up on all the latest tech news, including Apple’s latest publishing initiative.
This week’s links:
Ben Chapman’s Storify
eLangdell printing announcement
Apple no longer will replace glass under a 1-time policy
Making eBooks for Fun and No Profit
Other authoring apps
Episode 21: Special Library Episode
In this episode, we discussed the library tech exprience with special guests Susanna Leers and Ken Hirsh.
This week’s link:
Welcome to the post-digital world, an exhilarating return to civility – via Facebook and Lady Gaga