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Meditation Stuff

I was recently recommended to try out 2 apps- “Calm” (mostly used by adults) and “Stop, Breathe, Think” (mostly used by teenagers). I think it’s a good idea to share them with you guys, because they’re helping me out a lot! 142 more words


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Tips And Tricks

App Store Free App of the Week: The Mesh puzzler goes free for the first time (Reg. $2)

Apple has now hand selected The Mesh as the App Store’s new Free App of the Week. The unique puzzler regularly goes for between $1.99 and $2.99, but can now be downloaded to all your iOS devices for… 390 more words


Let Your PRIV Entertain You With These Fun Apps

In our fast, connected world it’s always nice to take a break and enjoy some much needed entertainment. Whether your break involves movies, music or gaming, the… 820 more words


No, Using a Personal Safety App Doesn't Make You Paranoid

As a 25-year-old woman who regularly decides on spontaneous late-night runs outdoors, walks the two and a half miles home from work in the dark almost every day, and has headed out on first dates with virtual strangers on more than a few occasions, I’ve been in more than one situation that’s left me looking over my shoulder uncomfortably. 840 more words


Assessment using Pingpong

PINGPONG – Simple but thats why its so Good!

One app that we have recently pushed out to our Year 7 students is pingpong. Pingpong is very similar in principle to solutions like Socrative and Kahoot, but unlike these 2 other systems pingpong requires a very minimum level of preparation. 532 more words


Referencing revision

We were recently asked to provide referencing revision sessions across all our longer courses as tutors felt it would be a timely reminder half way through the year. 188 more words