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Voicy Voice Changer Lite app review: transform the sound of your voice for a ton of laughs

Introduction<p>If you’re bored, have some time to kill, or are just in need of a few laughs, then be sure to check out this iPhone and iPad app that you …

KQED

With the thousands of educational apps vying for the attention of busy teachers, it can be hard to sift for the gold. Michelle Luhtala, a savvy …

These Posters Make Learning About Typography Fun

Curious about ligatures, justified columns, and other typography principles? We didn’t think so. To upend your lack of interest, Oklahoma City-based designer Tom Davie of StudioTwentySix2 illustrates the principles of typography in posters while also providing a history of the objects he features. …

Typography

Anatomy of an assassination: Two fateful days that sparked decades of horror

A century ago this month, the world was plunged into war by one man’s murder. Here’s how it happened<p><b>Saturday, 27 June 1914</b><p>The next day was to be a brilliant one, a splendid occasion that would glorify the achievements of Austrian rule in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Habsburg heir to the thrones of …

6 Interesting Events You May Not Have Learned In History Class

Mass suicide as a revolutionary act? An explosion in Siberia the size of 5,000 atomic bombs? These interesting events will make history a lot more …

12 amazing songs with just three chords

Perhaps nothing epitomized the accessible DIY nature of punk more than what iconic fanzine <i>Sideburns</i> quipped in its first issue back in 1977: ‘This is …

Electric Guitar

ScoreCloud Express HD app review: play, sing, or whistle any monophonic melody and instantly turn it into music notation

Introduction<p>What we have here is an awesome iPad app that enables you to play, sing, or whistle any monophonic melody and instantly turn it into …

New Update Puts the Talk into Talkboard

Fun yet useful whiteboard iPad app <i>Talkboard</i> has just been updated with some pretty handy new features.<p>The app will now let you talk to your friends …

Apps

Animation Desk™ for iPhone app review: turn your mobile device into an animation tool

Introduction<p>How would you like to transform your mobile device into an animation studio that you can take with you no matter where you go? The …

Circular+: An image taking app that allows you to create circular photos with professional effects

Taking pictures with your iOS devices affords you the opportunity to snap a shot virtually anywhere and in any situation. However, things can get a …

ScenePast reels you in with film sites then and now

Want to know what a street corner from the 1958 movie "Vertigo" looks like today? Take a click through this cool app for movie buffs.<p>I took a little tour of movie history this afternoon, visiting sites where "The Graduate," "Taxi Driver," and "Broadway Danny Rose," among other films, were shot. And …

American Cities

Valiant Hearts The Great War is History Experienced

Reading Time: 1 minute<p>Valiant Hearts is a new game that depicts the first world war. It combines gameplay and history to educate and engage the …

This Is What Math Equations Look Like in 3-D

The doors to MIT are always unlocked. If you slip in at night and take a long walk down the fluorescent hallway called the Infinite Corridor, you …

Leonardo da Vinci’s Life and Legacy, in a Vintage Pop-Up Book

As a lover of pop-up books, a celebrator of the intersection of art and science, and a great admirer of the vintage children’s book illustration of wife-and-husband duo Alice and Martin Provensen, I was instantly smitten with <b>Leonardo da Vinci</b> (<i>public library</i>) — a glorious 1984 pop-up book that …

10 Hidden Details in Your City and What They Mean

There was plenty of outrage earlier this month when a London storefront revealed sidewalk spikes meant to keep the homeless from getting too cozy. …

Classroom PDF for iPad: Useful for teaching

As any teacher will tell you, the last thing they want to be doing is faffing around with technology during a lesson. An easy way for a lesson to go quickly south is to be relying on a piece of technology to work there and then, and it suddenly doesn’t. Cue descent into chaos and a carefully …

iPad App of the Week: Juxtaposer

iPad apps are, and have always been, a big part of what makes the iPad such a powerful device. Great apps, and unique apps that you just don’t find anywhere else, are one of the hallmark features of the iPad. They have been since Day 1, and scores of great developers and publishers continue to …

Apps

Super Collage: Create massive photo collages with a single tap

One single photo isn’t always enough to convey the emotion and nature of a moment captured in time. So for those instances, Super Collage is the kind …

The best iPad apps for drawing

If you enjoy drawing, or want to learn how to draw, then check out our list of the best drawing apps for your iPad.<p>Twelve 'year-end' awards to its …

KQED

As educators across the country continue to examine the best ways of teaching and learning, a new lexicon is beginning to emerge that describes one …

UKEdMag: Opinion – Life after Levels by @aknill

Picasso on Intuition, How Creativity Works, and Where Ideas Come From

<i>“Inspiration is for amateurs — the rest of us just show up and get to work,”</i> painter Chuck Close memorably scoffed. <i>“Show up, show up, show up,”</i> novelist Isabelle Allende echoed in her advice to aspiring writers, <i>“and after a while the muse shows up, too.”</i> Legendary composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky …

10 Team-Building Games That Promote Collaborative Critical Thinking

<b>10 Team-Building Games That Promote Critical Thinking</b><p>by <b>TeachThought Staff</b><p>One of education’s primary goals is to groom the next generation of little …

Pedagogy

Study Finds Making Art May Keep Our Brains Healthy

We’ve all heard about art’s psychological and physiological effects. Researchers have found, for instance, that a lunchtime jaunt to an art gallery …

London of 1974 in Black and White

How authors from Dickens to Dr Seuss invented the words we use every day

The English language didn't just spring from nowhere. So who introduced such gems as cojones, meme, nerd and butterfingers?<p><b>Butterfingers</b><p>Charles Dickens used the term in his 1836 The Pickwick Papers (more properly called The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club): "At every bad attempt at a catch, …

7 Taboos From a 17th-Century Coffeehouse

In the 17th century, London coffeehouses were evolving into consortiums of progressive academics, philosophers, doctors, and lawmakers, including …

Bohemians: A Graphic History of Creative Mavericks

Long before there were hipsters and squares, even before there were beatniks, there were Bohemians — named after Bohemia, a geographical area part of the modern Czech Republic, which mid-nineteenth-century French journalists mistakenly believed to be the source of Europe’s Roma population, the …

Beautiful Color Photographs of Russia in the 1950s

Semyon Fridlan was a Russian photographer that worked at the state owned magazine, <i>OGONYOK</i>. He was a photographer who had the chance to travel to …