I thought I’d share some links that I’ve been collecting on del.icio.us 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.
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.