Second Sunday of the #30DayChromebookChallenge and it feels like I’m about to bust out a homily 🙂 Being Sunday, I can break from my challenge, right? I mean even during Lent, Sunday’s don’t count, right?! Anyway, I used my MBP today. I did some work with Photos and Photoshop and booted up Final Cut Pro. High Sierra is being released this week so I also needed to make sure the Mac is… Read More

Saturday. Coffee, brioche, Twitter, soccer. Can’t ask for much more. It’s Day 8 of the #30DayChromebookChallenge and, as the intro mentioned, it’s Saturday. Now comfortable with my CB it was time to introduce it to my Saturday routine. Saturday’s are nice and relaxing. The CB’s main job today – Twitter. I like to flip between Premier matches and follow with what’s happening on Twitter. Normally I’ll use the Twitter app on the… Read More

A nice calm Day 7 in the #30DayChromebookChallenge. Nothing special to report today. My entire day was spent in Chrome. When sticking to an ecosystem where everything plays nice then the CB handles everything with ease. There’s a real test coming up next week… the 3D printer we ordered for the school arrived this afternoon so I think the CB will be facing a few hurdles. I’ll keep you posted 🙂 Day… Read More

Three days. It’s 72 hours. Part of that time I’m asleep. But today I fell back to the my MBP. I didn’t want to, really. I’ve been having a great time with my CB. But last night I was doing some planning for today and I had a tech block where I really wanted to create and edit a screencast for some of the staff. I looked into Screencastify (I played with… Read More

Not the busiest or processor-hungry of tech days but an important day nonetheless – lesson plans. I can’t remember the last time I had paper lesson plans. For as long as I can remember, I’ve done my plans digitally using Adobe. I like digital plans because there’s no paper waste (I can’t stand paper), they sync across all my devices, and, because they sync, I can plan from anywhere and anytime… even… Read More