Thursday, May 2, 2013

What Can We Do Today?

Well, anything you want!
In addition to the links at the right, here are a few more sites for you to investigate.Tailor these sites to fit your needs and lifestyles. Try them out today - integrate them into your life tomorrow!


Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!

Wunderlist 2: Your beautiful and simple online to-do list app

Over 3.5 million people already use Wunderlist to manage tasks, to-do lists, and to get things done. Wunderlist is the best to-do list for you, your team or your family.

Brain Health University Sweepstakes!
Play games. Win money. What's so hard about that? 

Do you have a favorite site? Post them below! 


Saturday, April 13, 2013

You can get almost anything on the internet...or a vending machine!

I thought I would post a site that I heard about recently on NPR. The internet has opened up a whole new world for people to communicate and learn, but it has also created a whole new way to waste time! (I myself am guilty of spending a little too much time on this site!)

Hopefully, this class will help you be more productive of your time on the internet. But there are always those dreary, gray days (like yesterday) when surfing the internet is about as entertaining an activity as there is! So, check this site out if you like:

and I'll see you in class next week!

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Deja Vu all over again!

When I checked the site before I sent out the link this afternoon, I saw that the last post was about the upcoming storm Sandy. And here we are, not 5 months away from that "Frankenstorm" and less than a month after the Blizzard that Closed Connecticut that another is on the horizon.  At this rate, we'll be shoveling snow until after Easter!

But hope springs eternal and Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner...this weekend in fact! So, keep your boots out, lay in plenty of wood for the fire, pick up a couple of good books and have the candles and flashlight batteries ready. Stay safe and warm and see you next week!