Something for everyone . . .

I thought I’d share some links that I’ve been collecting on lately. There’s something here for everyone.

To celebrate its 12th year, The Webby Awards has put together a list of 12 of the most important, influential and beloved online videos of all-time. Each of the videos picked represents an important starting point for tactics and trends currently flourishing online.

Here’s a simple cartoon that explains different Creative Commons licenses.

If you like to do book-making with your students, check out Art, Books, and Creativity, a year-long arts curriculum developed by the National Museum of Women in the Arts that highlights connections between visual arts and language arts.

For digital storytellers, Alan Levine has compiled a list of 50 tools that you can use to create a story.

Check out the Fantasy Design Web Exhibition that features cool designs created by school children from several Northern European countries, as part of a 3-year project from 2003-2006.

Here are 13 Lessons to Teach Kids About Digital Photography.

Interested in the future of crayons? Check out Crayon Physics Deluxe.

I’ve been working on improving my PowerPoint presentations lately and found Darren Barefoot’s Everything I Know About Presentations, I Learned in Theatre School helpful.

Long for the Internet from the old days? If so, you’ll enjoy this news report (date unknown).

Lastly, I had to chuckle at this video of Wii Fit, a new fitness breakthrough.