Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Episode 159 - Mobile Phone Photography for Teachers and the Hack Heard Round the World


It’s Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 and welcome to episode 159 of Tech Talk 4 Teachers. I'm Tom Grissom, I'm Cindy Rich, and I'm Mike Gioia. Welcome to TechTalk4Teachers the show about teaching and learning with technology.

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Show Note Links

Mobile Phone Photography for Teachers
Brian Poulter - Professor of Journalism at Eastern Illinois University

The Long Winding Road- Illinois Route 1 

D. Jones Photo

Tea Party Photo

Joe Gisondi - Hearld and Review Articles

Illinois 1: Danville stadium and its team part of rich baseball heritage

Getting lost on the way to a hanging

Illinois 1: Story seekers visit final resting place of accused witch and killer

Do we know it when we see it? Or, do we see it when we know it?

The Story Behind the FedEx Logo

Do you see the arrow in the FedEx logo?

Old Big Ten Logo

Image from:

Mobile Phone Apps

Security Spotlight – Mike Gioia

Adobe in the news…..again.

EIU Security Twitter account


Technology Picks of the Week

Tom’s Pick

The Magic of Miracast Wireless Display Technology

Cindy’s Pick

Library of Congress Today in History Archive

Gettysburg Address – 150th Anniversary

JFK Assassination – 50th Anniversary

Mike’s Pick

Charity Navigator Website

That wraps it up for episode 159 of TechTalk4Teachers. Show notes for this episode and archived episodes are available on the web at the EIU Instructional Technology Center website at  To leave a comment or suggestion, please send an email to or leave a comment on the Tech Talk for Teachers blog. Until next time, this is Tom Grissom, I'm Cindy Rich, and I'm Mike Gioia, keep on learning.

Keep on Learning,
Tom Grissom, PhD

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