Playing with Technology

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. ~Arthur C. Clarke


A few days ago TechCrunch did a little report on FlowGram and I happened to get one of the beta invites. If you haven’t heard about FlowGrams I’d encourage you to check them out. Most of the examples are giving voice descriptions of Web sites or developing a presentation where it is handy to have the Web site available live for the listener to interact with. I have a few ideas about how FlowGrams might be used in class projects but we’ll have to see how this technology develops.




One response to “Flowgrams”

  1. Bryan Alexander Avatar

    Very interesting screencasting approach. Just applied for invite.