Digital Spa 2013: Disruptive Innovation

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1. Day 1

1.1. Intro to Digital Spa 2013

1.1.1. Day 1

1.1.1.1. 9:30 - 4:00

1.2. Introductions

1.2.1. setup

1.2.1.1. gmail accounts

1.2.1.2. How to

1.2.2. Overview

1.2.2.1. Sandra & Kurt

1.3. Tariq

1.3.1. 10:30

1.3.1.1. to 11:30

1.4. Cloud Overview

1.4.1. Prezi

1.5. How we work

1.5.1. Sandra

1.5.1.1. [email protected]

1.5.2. Kurt

1.5.2.1. [email protected]

1.5.3. LifeHacker

1.5.3.1. How I Work

1.6. class works on Word doc "How I Work"

1.7. lunch

1.7.1. 12:30 - 1:30

1.8. How they work

1.8.1. presentations

1.9. What are tags and how do you use them?

1.10. Social Bookmarking

1.10.1. delicious

1.10.1.1. add Chrome bookmarklet

1.10.2. diigo

1.10.2.1. education group

1.10.3. As research tool

1.11. Bookmarking class activity

2. Day 2

2.1. Evernote

2.1.1. Overview

2.1.2. Signup

2.1.3. Features

2.1.3.1. notebooks

2.1.3.2. tags

2.1.3.3. search

2.1.3.4. evernote email

2.1.3.5. web clipper

2.1.4. Phil Libin (CEO Evernote) This is How I Work

2.2. Lunch

2.3. Capture

2.3.1. Scanning

2.3.1.1. Doxie

2.3.1.1.1. Lifehacker review

2.3.1.1.2. Lifehacker article

2.3.1.1.3. Demo

2.3.1.2. Fujitsu Snapscan

2.3.1.2.1. MacWorld review

2.3.1.2.2. Demo

2.3.2. iphone

2.3.2.1. scanning apps

2.3.2.2. camera

2.3.3. ipad

2.3.3.1. scanning apps

2.3.3.2. camera

2.4. scoop.it or perltrees

2.5. David Pouge

2.5.1. time saving tech tips

3. Day 3

3.1. Curation

3.1.1. Steve Rosenbaum

3.1.2. Robin Good-video

3.1.3. Robin Good-article

3.1.4. Robert Scoble

3.2. Pinterest setup

3.2.1. class research project

3.3. Pinterest

3.3.1. Asta

3.3.2. Sandra

3.3.3. Class Sandbox

3.4. Cloud storage

3.4.1. Dropbox

3.4.2. Google Drive

3.5. Google Docs

3.6. Goodreader/upad

3.7. E Readers

3.7.1. Kindle

3.7.2. iPad

3.7.3. desktop

3.8. Studio Neat

4. Day 4

4.1. Twitter

4.1.1. Lists

4.1.1.1. FIT

4.1.2. Basics

4.1.3. Rheingold on Twitter

4.1.4. The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2013

4.1.5. The 100 People You Should Follow On Twitter

4.2. Twitter apps

4.2.1. paper.li

4.3. Hootsuite

4.4. Leaving Social Media

4.5. The Easiest Way(Prezi)

4.6. Open Culture

5. Resources

5.1. The Cloud

5.1.1. First Monday article

5.1.2. Forbes article

5.2. ebook

5.2.1. Paperless

5.3. LifeHacker

5.3.1. How I Work

5.3.1.1. Kurt

5.3.1.2. Sandra

5.3.2. Doxie

5.3.2.1. review

5.3.2.2. article

5.4. Brain Pickings

5.4.1. How to Master Your Creative Routine

5.5. Curation

5.6. Social Bookmarking

5.7. Diigo as collaborative curation

5.8. Using evernote and scrivener to write

5.9. Evernote

5.9.1. The Evernote Bible

5.9.2. Evernote Guide Book

5.9.3. Working Smarter with Evernote

5.9.4. Interview with Phil Libin, Co-Founder Evernote