Comics in Education – discussion and how to

I like comics. From Tin Tin to the Phantom I only wish Shakespere, Hemingway and others offered accessible comics through publishers when I was studying along with some cynic character in the margin notes pointing out what I really should be paying attention to. Comics in Education: A Powerful Learning Tool Comics have long been … Read more

Photo Rescue from old iPad

I have a first-generation iPad with over 3000 photographs stored on it. The iPad which is over 10 years old still works but is limited to iOS 5.5. Using traditional means such as iCloud or connecting via USB cable did not allow me to copy the files to another location.

Dot Point Version

  • Sign into iPad (there is a trick if you haven’t done it in a long time)
  • Download version of Photo Transfer App for that version of iPad
  • Install companion Photo Transfer App on PC or Mac (not on another i-Device)
  • Connect the two computers and apps using Wi-Fi (same network)
  • Start the transfer (I selected folders to keep the photos in groups)

This long post covers the blow by blow detail of my experience which may not be interesting if you are  desperately seeking to save your own photos (as I was).

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Loving PhotoShop Camera

You have to try out this cool free app from Adobe which works on iOS and Android.

Open the immersive web page embedded below to view some of the photos of places around the Kensington, Flemington, Footscray and Docklands areas of the inner north of Melbourne taken during recent lockdown walks around my house.

See what you can do with photos of your everyday surroundings.

PhotoShop Camera

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