Category Archives: Instant Messaging

Social technology for social learning: Voxer and ScoopIt

Voxer is a neat App for smartphones: a walkie talkie function that lets you hold a ‘button‘ and record a message that is shared, immediately, with another person or group. You can share photos, with location tags, or text messages … Continue reading

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MSN messenger. Unsung hero of the revolution? How we took our first steps into real time collaboration.

Messenger is like your favourite pen. It sits on your desktop for months on end, taking up very little space. you don’t really even notice it’s there, until you need it. Then, you pick it up for a moment, make … Continue reading

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