Technology Services Staff Picks are links to web applications, mobile apps, articles and more recommended by members of Technology Services. The following list contains apps that we use, articles that we read and tools that help us be more productive in our digital lives. We hope you'll find these picks interesting and useful.
Posted: 26 Feb 2013
Evernote is a note taking application that syncs between a computer, phone, and tablet. The desktop application can stand alone on a Mac or PC, but its real power lies in its ability to reach across all devices. It allows users to snap a picture, capture audio, clip online news articles, or simply write a note and access it at any time.
Posted: 18 Feb 2013
Notability is a versatile note-taking app for the iPad by Ginger Labs, Inc. Notability allows you to import and annotate any PDF, PPT, JPEG…etc. from Dropbox, Blackboard or the web and integrate it easily into your subject notebooks.
Posted: 05 Sep 2012
You didn't really read the Terms of Service, did you? Terms of Service, Didn't Read is a crowd sourced effort to "translate" terms of service agreements from legal jargonese into plain English and then rate those services for consumer friendliness. Derek Toten says, "This is a work in progress, but worth following."
Posted: 03 Aug 2012
Stack Overflow is probably the absolute best question and answer site for programmers in the entire inter-web right now. It features questions and answers on a wide range of topics in computer programming and is very useful when you have a question to ask.
Posted: 05 Jul 2012
Google Music on Google Play allows you to upload 20,000 songs for free, and play then back from any computer or from an Android device. You can purchase music or choose from their library of free songs. A Google or Gmail account is required.
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