Tag Archives: ipad

iTrouble

February 9, 2015

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Something is wrong with my iPad. It’s not fatal, but it certainly is annoying. The magnetic case doesn’t put it to sleep anymore. I took it along when I went to Lincoln Sunday afternoon and by the time I got back it had used up all the battery and was HOT. Lloyd brought home some […]

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Some adorable mistakes

February 2, 2015

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Not many children came to the CDC today, which was good. I’m glad most families decided to stay home. Most of our staff stayed home, too, and I stayed with my children until the end of the day. Around 5, I caved and turned on the tv, firing up an episode of Blue’s Clues and […]

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Sundown Disco

January 28, 2015

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I already told you that my class is studying space, and this is just such a fine time to be alive, because there is so much technology out there to help us learn. Today I fired up my ‘Look at the Sky and Identify Stuff’ app – I forget what it’s called – so I […]

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My iPad is iDying.

January 23, 2015

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Lloyd took my iPad cable to his school and the ‘replacement’ he gave me is sucking power from the iPad instead of charging it. (Don’t bother fact-checking that. I’m sure it’s a thing.) Therefore, I give myself permission to sit on the sofa all night and watch episodes of Britain’s Great Bake-Off or whatever on […]

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Tadaa

March 26, 2014

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Tadaa SLR

I’ve got an app that tells me when there are cool free apps. I showed this one to Lauren today, but she’s still making me write the post about it. The app is called Tadaa SLR. It lets you take a picture that you already have and pretend like you’re a good photographer with a […]

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All wired up

June 25, 2012

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As part of our iPad project at Lincoln Lutheran, we’re redoing our wireless network. What you might not expect is that in order to redo our wireless network we ran over a mile of new wires on Saturday. If you are thinking that it is strange to run that much wire and still call it […]

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