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Force Chrome To Print Like Everything Else On Your Mac

On September 20, 2015, Posted by , in Tech Stuff, tags , , , with No Comments

If you like the fact that Chrome has a unique print dialog box and preview stop here and go about your business. If you, like me, find it a bit annoying, then open Terminal and enter the following command… defaults write com.google.Chrome DisablePrintPreview -boolean true

Love It, Hate It, Embraced It Or Ban It—The Apple Watch Is Headed Toward Your Classroom

On April 19, 2015, Posted by , in Education Stuff, Tech Stuff, tags , with No Comments

Apple has long been in the business of squashing the status quo with disruptive technology. The impact of the Macintosh changed the way we used computers. The iPod revolutionized the music industry. To say the iPhone revolutionized the phone industry is an understatement. The iPad has brought tablets to the…

Nutshell—New From Prezi

On February 13, 2015, Posted by , in Education Stuff, Tech Stuff, tags , with No Comments

Nutshell is a new visual storytelling app that combines the simplicity of photos, the compelling nature of video, and the fun of animation to create short, shareable cinematic narratives. The idea for Nutshell came about when the Prezi team discovered that people were using Prezi’s zoom-able presentation canvas for sharing…

Prezi—A New Spin On Presentation Software

On December 5, 2014, Posted by , in Education Stuff, Tech Stuff, tags , , with No Comments

If you are currently using Prezi, they have released 8 reusable design templates that you can customize with your own content. Prezi is cloud-based, presentation software that zooms in and out of each slide. Using these or other templates is a great way to try it out without starting from…

Flushing DNS Cache In OS X (Panther Through Yosemite)

On December 5, 2014, Posted by , in Tech Stuff, tags , , , , with No Comments

From time to time, when changing DNS configurations you will need to flush the local DNS cache on your computer. On a Mac, this can easily be done from the Terminal. Just run the following commands for your respective version of OS X… El Capitan sudo dscacheutil -flushcache;sudo killall -HUP…