Fantasy Supreme Court?
You can now draw virtual lines on your computer screen at the same time as you scribble them on paper.
A new smartpen app called Paper Tablet gives the Livescribe Echo smartpen some of the functionality of a dedicated graphics tablet, letting you write on the computer screen in real time and add manuscript text to files already on your computer.
“The essence of our business is the capture, access and sharing of written and spoken information,” Livescribe CEO Jim Marggraff told Gadget Lab. “We happen to have this tool in the form of a pen, but it’s really about capture, access and sharing.”
In addition to creating freehand notes, the app allows for marking up MSFT Office docs and saving them (in Windows, Mac functionality is limited). The Echo can also record up to 800 hours of classroom audio, making it a great way to record lectures while taking notes. The notes can be exported to PDF, the audio to MP3, making the device quite versatile. Wired recently wrote a lengthy review indicating the pen works especially well for journalists and students.
It would be interesting to see how useful it would be in the law school classroom.
This module extends Apache Solr's More Like This blocks by allowing the results to be restricted by content type. This setting can be changed on the mlt block's block configuration page, and includes the ability to automatically detect the content type of the node page the block appears on and restrict the content type to the same as that.
Tipsy is a jQuery plugin for creating a Facebook-like tooltips effect based on an anchor tag's title attribute.
It turns out that running your own private cloud setup inside your firewall can be just as easy and –even better– completely free to run.
The tools you use to accomplish this feat are all found on one simple platform: Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC), which is found on Ubuntu Server. Using an Ubuntu Server 10.10 disc, I was able to install all of the software I needed within a half-hour's time: and a chunk of that time was downloading the software I needed, including Ubuntu.
One of the best explanations of how jQuery works and how to use it properly I’ve seen. Best part is the inclusion of things that will actually slow jQuery down, resulting in a poor experience for your visitors, coupled with faster alternatives.
Hyperspace is a documentation module that will point all your admin links in your Drupal documentation pages to a site that you set!
This is an easy way to make your documentation pages interact with the site that you are currently working on!
Uses CCK and Views to create a simple DMS.
Lightweight page view counter drawing on data collected by Google Analytics. Putting hardly any load on your Drupal installation. Working even on heavily cached websites. Highly customizable.
* No burden on your server; the heavy work is done by Google Analytics
* Provides a block but also an input filter for any page
* Works for any Drupal path (nodes, views, user profiles, …)
* Can extrapolate page view count for cached values
* Can provide dynamic updates of the count even on cached pages
* Themeable (id="google-analytics-counter")
* Has a debug mode for experimentation
Syndicate Press is a WordPress plugin that lets you include RSS feeds directly in your WordPress posts or pages. This plugin provides a very easy-to-use administration page and includes great features such as feed caching, filters, and multiple display options. The plugin is highly configurable and works with your site's theme and it does not force arbitrary formatting of the RSS feed contents.
This module provides Apache Solr integration for the Flag module. It exposes as facets the flags defined on your system.