James talks about his new iPad and some of the Apps he has been using on the iPad.
With James Clay.
This is the forty-nineth e-Learning Stuff Podcast, I haz iPad
Do you back up your data? If so how and where? The e-Learning Stuff panel discuss backing up.
This is the thirty seventh e-Learning Stuff Podcast, Backing up
USB memory sticks are so yesterday… if you have an internet connection then there are quite a few free services out there that can provide you with free online storage.
One that I have used in the past is eSnips. It gave you 5GB of free storage.
I have more recently been using Microsoft’s Skydrive.
25 GB of free storage on Windows Live With SkyDrive, it’s easy to store and share your files and photos with almost anyone.
Anywhere access: Get to your online files from home, work, or on the road.
Password-protected: Keep your files to yourself, or share them with anyone you want.
Easy to use: Drag files into your online folders, just like on your PC.
Though well integrated into Windows 7, I have been using it with my Mac and iPhone.
Another service recommended by a few people I know is Dropbox.
Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync, and, share files online. There’s no complicated interface to learn. Dropbox works seamlessly with your operating system and automatically makes sure your files are up-to-date. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
I have also used Apple’s Mobile Me, but that isn’t free!
So what should you do if you don’t have an always on internet connection, you don’t have 3G, you don’t have a smartphone, you don’t have home internet?
Well, there are these USB memory sticks that don’t require internet access and come in a variety of sizes….