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When being presented with information, one can fall behind or get confused on what the information provider is relaying. Especially for those of us that are no longer young bucks (I speak only for myself), sometimes being overloaded with information can be frustrating.
This is a review of Serenity for iOS by tap tap tap!
I love parables. Parables are stories that may have a spiritual or moral lesson in it. They are simple and if powerful, I believe that in tandem with application of our our social work theories in practice, they can be effective.
I have seen many people reflecting negatively on the year 2011 on the various social media sites that I frequent. Social Work Tech Blog has had an amazing year and I credit you, the faithful reader, follower, and colleague.
I listen to Howard Stern, the infamous radio disc jockey that elicits a strong reaction from different people based on their perception of him. To admit liking Howard Stern is the kiss of death in this profession, inciting reactions and assumptions from fellow professionals about my own professionalism and commitment to issues of social justice –…
Ah, Halloween. When I think of thee, I think of candle-scorched pumpkin-flesh smell, insulin shock, and the fun in being scared with fake blood and monsters. To celebrate Halloween, the Social Work Tech Guy wants to share one legitimately scary thing in relation to Social Work and Tech.
A web-app is a computer program that is run and coded into a website so that you do not have to install it on your computer. While a computer application (or program) that is installed on your computer (like Microsoft Word or Google Chrome) will use the resources on your computer to run, a web-app is run remotely.
DorleeM had asked the following question that was not posted on her article and that I thought would be very useful on the Social Work Tech Blog.
Not long ago, you were one of the early adopters of google plus. However, recently, you decided to pull the plug. Could you share with us what happened?
I have been working as a case manager for the last few weeks and I have come across some great tech sites that Social Work Tech practioners can benefit from – I believe that these may help you and your clients as you help them to move forward!
If you happen to follow me on my professional Twitter account (aside from this website’s Twitter account), you will know that I was recognized for having one of the top community projects in my MSW Program for the year. I wanted to share what resulted from the start of this project.
Today I am going to introduce Google Documents to the social workers that read this blog and may not know how to use it.
Google Voice is a tool I have been attempting to get people to convert to. [I think this may be a U.S. only tool]. VIDEO SYNOPSIS For an overview video presentation as to what the service is, I would suggest starting here, where there are more video presentations as to what the service does and…