Thursday, February 21, 2008

Thing 6

Just scratching the surface of the limitless possiblities with image chef - wow!!!
I can't wait to find uses for all these ideas.

Thing 5: One More Spell (because I think it's cool)

price A G E on a chain

Pewter Uppercase Letter M stained glass A S Copper Lowercase Letter t E r S I just wanted to say one more time how much I like this feature! We have a reading club at school - called (obviously) Page Masters - and I am planning to use Spell for posters and newsletters for the club. -- I am now done with Thing 5 ---- on to Thing 6.

Thing 5: Big Huge Labs

This is my photo jigsaw puzzle! I really like the Big Huge Labs site! So many great things to do - I must get more photos so I can try them - after I finish the 23 Things on a stick.

Thing 5: Mash ups

I really enjoyed the spell mash up - plan to use that one again. The rest of the top 10 mash ups - not so impressed. retrievr - I don't really get it. Tagnautica - blocked by the filter so I will try again at home. Captioner! - so very frustrated with this one - absolutely no directions, I need directions of some sort. I was successful in getting the caption onto a picture - although it would have been nice to be able to work with the balloon a bit (change sizes or direction), but I was unable to save it and then see the caption on the saved photo. I tried many times to put my captioned photo into a blog - but after 3 different photos and many, many attempts - sorry you all don't get to see the captioned photo. I looked at Flappr and think it might be worth looking into more if I had more photos on this computer to work with. I glanced at the other Mash ups, but didn't feel that any others would be useful to me.

Thing 5: Fun with Flickr - spell

Pewter Lowercase Letter w o letter R Brass Letter M H O Bead Letter L E

This is a great tool - I could use this for scrapbooking, posters, newsletters, etc. I can't wait to try it in other places and see how it works out. I had to add it to my post a couple of times and preview it before I remembered to paste it into the edit html. Sometimes reading all the directions works better. I think this could be very useful to students - I plan to talk to the yearbook committee today.