Articles in the Phone Category
I know this isn’t really a technology strategy that will help you in the classroom, but sometimes a little tech at home is necessary. That mentioned, there’s been quite a bit of buzz going around about a free service that unmasked calls in which the caller has chosen to block their number. Not a bad little feature to have when the little jerks youngens decide to prank you at home.
The service is called trapcall and here is what lifehacker.com has to say about how it works. “TrapCall works like this: …
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The following post may be a little too cutting edge for some, and still old news for others, but it at the very least shows a potential resource that could be tapped to reduce the strain on low budget schools needing more computers with internet connection. Rules and guidelines will still need to be hashed out, and key figures will need to be made believers, but the possibility is out there. With that said… here is the post.
I had an interesting experience this week that challenged a lot of what …
Very rarely do I not drop the “teacher card” when I’m out haggling for the better price. Often times it works out to my advantage. jkOnTheRun has an article that lists several Cellular Companies with possible educational discounts. Check out their article to see if you qualify. – I did How to Score a Discount on Your Monthly Cellular Bill