Friday, June 9, 2017

"ruth, please wear your confidence"

School Counseling Tweet of the Week

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Relevant Professional Development for School Counselors, Teachers, and Parents









Keynotes, Pre-Conference Sessions, One Day Drive-In, Summer Academy, Content Sessions ....
I want to let you know that my professional development catalog is fully updated for 2017. You can download a copy of this PDF document by going to www.schoolcounselor.com or directly, by clicking here . You'll notice topics including:
·         Solution Focused Brief Counseling
·         Solution Focused Parent/Teacher Conferences
·         Technology Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts for Educators
·         Cyberbullying & Digital Reputation
·         Going GaGa for Google
·         Datability and Charting
·         Developing Multimedia Accountability Reports
·      Counseling Theory Review and Practice
·         Livening Up Your Counseling Groups 
Training can be delivered in a variety of formats such as keynotes, pre-conference, content sessions, webinars, summer academy, or one day drive-ins. Call, email, or complete this quick and easy online inquiry form to get things started.
     Also, I'm very excited to announce the update to the popular Data Boot Camp for School Counselors, Administrators, and Educators course (DBC 2.0). This second edition is bigger, better, and completely online.
It is designed to help users be awesome with Microsoft Excel
and using data in their work.
     The DBC 2.0 provides step-by-step instructions for learning tips, tricks, and shortcuts when dealing with data in your work as a school counselor, administrator, or other educator. (Actually, the program is valuable for anyone who wants to access, analyze, and report on data, especially in the area of goal attainment). Particular attention is given to using a popular spreadsheet program, Microsoft Excel™, which is designed to assist in making more informed decisions in one's work.
     As a result of learning more about data and Microsoft Excel, you will be better able to monitor student progress and communicate to other stake holders about how your work is making a positive difference in the lives of clients.
     All the videos have been updated using more recent versions of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint (2010). In addition to the many descriptive pages, users have access to 39 videos covering 206 minutes (almost 3.5 hours) of tutorial footage. Lots has been added since version 1.0 and the course is now fully online! You can learn more by visiting http://www.mydatabootcamp.com/.
   Finally, make sure to see a list of all the lessons and competencies that DBC 2.0 addresses here. This would be an amazing training for all your counselors. Discounts are available for multiple purchases.
Sincerely,
Russell A. Sabella, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Counseling, FGCU
President, Sabella & AssociatesSabella@SchoolCounselor.com
www.SchoolCounselor.com
www.GuardingKids.com www.myDataBootCamp.com
P.S. You can learn more about me at http://about.me/sabella

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Days until the next National School Counseling Week



Apparently I put a tickler in my calendar around this time last year to remind me to put the following "out there:"
In preparation for National School Counseling Week this year (February 6-10, 2017), it would be great to show everyone samples of how school counselors and school counseling programs make a difference in the lives of students.

If you have not started already, now would be the time to start collecting a little data for at least one case that you are working on, even if it is an individual student or case of one. Or, if you are ready to go, a case could include a small group, entire classroom, the school, consulting/conferencing with a parent, teacher, or others.

How can we better let the world know that school counseling has a positive impact and is a valuable component of the educational mission? How can we provide a bit of data/evidence that really brings the point home?

During NSCW in February: Once outcome data is collected, analyzed, and charted, the next step would be school counselors to plaster several Facebook groups, the ASCA Scene, blogs, and their local media to publish and promote examples of academic, social, emotional, and/or career development among kids.

Remember, this is a call for outcome data (impact) and not just process data. Let’s help others understand not just the “what” with school counseling, but the “so what.”

What types of outcomes are you focusing on? Is it: 

  • Percent of homework completion.
  • Percent of points earned on homework (out of available points).
  • Percent of students applying to college.
  • Scholarship moneys earned this year to date.
  • Attendance rates.
  • Discipline/behavior rates. 
  • Time on Task
  • Grades
  • Student Stress/Anxiety Levels

Resources:

ASCA NSCW 2017 Resources

ASCA Scene

How to Write a Press Release | Public Relations - YouTube            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPfl6lirH-w

Your State Association

How to do a Multimedia Results Report | My Data Boot Camp 2.0            http://www.mydatabootcamp.com/unit-5-multimedia-results-report/

Twitter (See what was posted last year)https://twitter.com/hashtag/NSCW16?src=hash


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Monday, May 16, 2016

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You'll be more ready to use data than ever before because you will have practiced with the online Data Boot Camp for School Counselors, Administrators, and Educators program (DBC 2.0). This second edition is bigger, better, and completely online.  As a result of learning more about data and Microsoft Excel, you will be better able to monitor student progress and communicate to other stake holders about how your work is making a positive difference in the lives of students and their families.


You can see a list of all the lessons and competencies included in the DBC 2.0 here.
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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

enews Issue #154

enews Issue #154

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Issue #154Date of Publication: March 19, 2016
Welcome to the SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter which is designed to advance counselors’ level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor. If you would like to share a tip or trick, or if you would like to ask a question, e-mail Russ Sabella at news@schoolcounselor.com.


Videos-iconMust See Videos

New videos have been added since the last issue:

Resources, Tools, and Tips
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– Keeping Kids Out of High Tech Trouble. This site supports Dr. Russell Sabella’s work on educating children, parents, educators and other stakeholders about the responsible use of technology. Included in these pages you will find helpful resources, lesson plans, links, and more. Russ’s most recent book and workshops are primary resources for meeting this mission.
– SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter. The SchoolCounselor.com e-Newsletter is an electronic publication designed to advance counselors’ level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor.http://schoolcounselor.com/newsletter/
– Must See Videos. When I see a video that would be useful, inspiring, enlightening among counselors, I post it here.http://www.schoolcounselortv.com
– Twitter. Postings about all things counseling, life, humor, and more.http://twitter.com/rsabella
– Pinterest. Lots of resources for counselors, parents, and others.http://pinterest.com/rsabella/
– YouTube. Counseling related playlists and more.http://bit.ly/Sabella-Playlist


toolsTECH TIPS AND TRICKS

Quick Reverse Image Search (only in Chrome Browser)
Hold S and right click an image to do reverse image search in Chrome.
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Select Current Page in Microsoft Word
This is one I wish i would have looked up a long time ago, I just didn’t realize that it was possible in Microsoft Word. Turns out, there is a shortcut for selecting a page without being a mouse ninja. After your cursor is on the page you want to highlight, press CTRL-G (this is the Go To menu) and type \page in the “Enter page number” field. Click close and then you can do what you need to do next such as delete or copy the page.
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Tips for finding files (Windows)
Finding a file is a lot like looking for a pair of socks when you get dressed in the morning. You can’t really start working until you locate those socks, and it’s something you need every single day. Windows can’t help you find your socks any faster, but it can definitely lend you a hand when it comes to finding your files
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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use Find & Replace in Google Docs
Does Google Docs have a ‘find and replace’ function?” The answer is yes. You can locate “find and replace” in Google Docs under the “edit” menu or use “ctrl + H” to open the menu. Watch a video to see it in action.
Here is a playlist of Google Tutorials!
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Flippity.net: Flashcards
Easily turn a Google™ Spreadsheet into a set of Online Flashcards (Free, but but they are supported by ads). This link will allow you to access other similar tools such as turning a Google™ Spreadsheet into a quiz show.
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5 Ways to Reduce Microsoft Outlook Mailbox Size
Is your mailbox full? Are you getting weekly or even daily messages from your system administrator saying you need to reduce the Microsoft Outlook mailbox size? This can lead to a lot of wasted time cleaning up your mailbox. Try these tips for a faster, more organized approach to keep your mailbox smaller and easier to work with. Note: Although these techniques are most valuable to Outlook users running under Microsoft Exchange (including Office 365), you can still cleanup your Outlook mailbox size if you are running Outlook as a stand-alone (POP3) version. Reducing the size often improves performance.
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What are the Top 10 Excel 2013 New Features?
These happen to all be my very favorite as well, especially Flash Fill and Recommended PivotTables.
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80 Useful Keyboard Shortcuts For Microsoft Outlook
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Animating Numbered Lists in PowerPoint (PowerPoint Playbook #1) – YouTube
In this video, the author (Tom Richey) explains how to create numbered lists in PowerPoint, how to animate numbered lists, and how to bring emphasis to items on a numbered list.
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The Top 5 Free Tools to Split or Merge Music Files
I get recordings from my interns so they can demonstrate counseling skills and I can give them feedback. I’m constantly running into the issue where they have to submit 2 or more files because their recorder accidentally stopped or they hit “stop” rather than “pause” or something else. I did not realize how easy it is to merge the files before submitting. My favorite is the command option which i just tried and it works like a charm! These methods would also work if you needed to merge multiple songs or other files into one long one.
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Microsoft Word: Hard SpaceMicrosoft-Word-Logo
To keep two words together, use a non-breaking or “hard” space. To do this, hold down the Ctrl and Shift keys as you press the Spacebar. So, for example, the phrase Mrs. Smith will always be together on the same line when you do it this way.
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Google Forms Add-on:Choice Eliminator – YouTube
Choice Eliminator will eliminate options from a multiple-choice, list, or checkbox type of question. Great for signing up for time slots or having students choose topics without doubling up.  Version 2 uses spreadsheet functions to keep the results up-to-date, besides being more reliable when using limits, this allows you to restore eliminated choices and set the order.
Get the addon directly here.
Also check out Email Notifications for Google Forms – YouTube
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Jazz Factory Blog: PowerPoint Tip – 3 Professional ways to Design your Agenda slide
Three contemporary ways to redesign your agenda slide and make it look professional.
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2016-03-19 13_15_12-WORTHY WEBSITES AND SOFTWARE

Quizalize
If you like Kahoot, you might like this one even more .. Make fun games on any topic, to play in class or as homework
Watch videos about this tool here:
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Kiddle – Visual search engine for kids
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The Time Elapsed Analysis & Reporting System (T.E.A.R.S.) is a Microsoft Excel add-in that automatically calculates the total amount of time that you have spent in different aspects of your work. After exporting your calendar data from Microsoft Outlook to Excel, this add-in extracts elapsed time, sums up the number of hours in each category, and then produces both a table and a chart. If you ever wondered where your time goes, you will want to use T.E.A.R.S. to learn more.
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35 Permission Slip Templates & Field Trip Forms
There are situations that may require another adult to take care of your child who is a minor, these could be occasioned by a trip or a school activity which requires travel to a location that’s away from home. As a parent or a guardian it is a requirement by law to give your consent on your child being away from home while in the care of another adult. A good way to lawfully do this is by the use of a permission slip.
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Zaption provides free interactive video tools and ready-to-use video lessons to engage learners. Our video platform is perfect for blended and flipped K-12 classrooms, higher ed & training. This link will take you to a school counselor, Jim Deeken, using this tool in action:
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Free Images – Pixabay
Free images and videos you can use anywhere. According to the site, “All images and videos on Pixabay are released free of copyrights under Creative Commons CC0. You may download, modify, distribute, and use them royalty-free for anything you like, even in commercial applications”
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Padlet
Easy way to create and collaborate in the world (with students, staff, or anyone).
Watch a tutorial here:
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Three Tools Students Can Use to Add Annotations to Videos
Source: Free Technology for Teachers
One way to flip the standard flipped classroom model is to have students find and annotate videos that then submit to you. The following three tools can be used by students for that purpose.
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Online Photo Editing
I use lots of graphics for developing websites, blogs, presentations, tutorials, and family albums too. My go-to editor is pixlr (available online and also as a download for Windows). Pixlr has some terrific features although there are some that are missing. Here are several other powerful tools that, together, round out about every photo/graphic editing feature you can imagine. I also love these because, at least for me, they seem to be a great deal easier to use than Photoshop or Gimp.
Pixlr Express | Autodesk Pixlrhttps://pixlr.com/express/
BeFunky: Free Online Photo Editing and Collage Makerhttps://www.befunky.com/
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JUST FOR FUNjust_for_fun_dog

Zero Dollar Movies is a collection of 15,000 movies that are available on YouTube for free. The site indexes only full-length films and no trailers, rentals or partial uploads.
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The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra – All Compositions – Listening Library
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Relax Lite: Stress Relief – Android Apps on Google Play
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Pac Man – Play Free, Fun Online Games for Kids (and Adults)
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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter #152 is Now Available

The SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter, curated by Professor Sabella, is designed to advance counselors’ level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor. If you would like to share a tip or trick, or if you would like to ask a question, e-mail Russ Sabella at news@schoolcounselor.com. Check out the latest issue (November 24, 2015) at http://schoolcounselor.com/enews-152/




Monday, July 20, 2015

eNews #150


The SchoolCounselor.com eNews #150 (July 20, 2015) is now available online at http://schoolcounselor.com/enews150/.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Resources, Tools, and Tips from Russ Sabella ...


– Keeping Kids Out of High Tech Trouble. This blog supports Dr. Russell Sabella's work on educating children, parents, educators and other stakeholders about the responsible use of technology. Included in these pages you will find helpful resources, lesson plans, links, and more.


– SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter. The SchoolCounselor.com e-Newsletter is an electronic publication designed to advance counselors' level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor.


– Must See Videos. When I see a video that would be useful, inspiring, enlightening among counselors, I post it here.


– Twitter. Postings about all things counseling, life, humor, and more.


– Pinterest. Lots of resources for counselors, parents, and others.
http://pinterest.com/rsabella/

– YouTube Playlists. A variety of videos including counseling theory, consultation, inspiration, counselors in action, and much more. 
http://bit.ly/Sabella-Playlist 

Sunday, May 17, 2015

SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter #149


SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter #149
Date of Publication: May 18, 2015

Welcome to SchoolCounselor.com, an electronic newsletter designed to advance counselors' level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor. If you would like to share a tip or trick, or if you would like to ask a question, e-mail Russ Sabella at news@schoolcounselor.com
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Must See Videos

New videos have been added since the last issue:

•         TOP 5 DOG VIDEOS #24
•         How to Make Ninja Squishy Balls!
•         Famous Failures
•         Fights on Social Media
•         Never Stop Dancing
•         Creative problem solving ...
•         Dog .. Unconditional Love
•         7 Ingenious Waffle Iron Snacks
•         Misconceptions in Psychology
•         Delta Honor Guard
•         The Average Black Girl
•         “Like a Girl”
•         Whistling At Your Mom
•         The new Bruce Lee
•         How to really wrap a present.
•         Students stepping up for others
•         If Teachers Were Football Players
•         The New Face of Transgender Youth
•         How to pump gas without arms
•         Education: Making Time


Postings from Russ Sabella ...

– Keeping Kids Out of High Tech Trouble. This blog supports Dr. Russell Sabella's work on educating children, parents, educators and other stake holders about the responsible use of technology. Included in these pages you will find helpful resources, lesson plans, links, and more. Russ's most recent book and workshops are primary resources for meeting this mission.

– SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter. The SchoolCounselor.com e-Newsletter is an electronic publication designed to advance counselors' level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor.

– Must See Videos. When I see a video that would be useful, inspiring, enlightening among counselors, I post it here.

– Twitter. Postings about all thinks counseling, life, humor, and more.

– PinterestLots of resources for counselors, parents, and others.

– YouTubeCounseling related playlists and more.


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TIPS AND TRICKS

Un-Google Link
Sometimes you want the direct link that a Google search result is point to, this tool really does the trick. Paste a URL to extract the actual link from the Google search engine link.
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Google Doc Keyboard Shortcuts
Among the many shortcuts specific to Google Docs, these are a few that I tend to use over and again.

Insert or edit link                 Ctrl + K
Open link                            Alt + Enter
Word count                         Ctrl + Shift + C
Center align                        Ctrl + Shift + E
Bulleted list                         Ctrl + Shift + 8
Move paragraph up/down     Alt + Shift + Up/down arrow
Insert comment                   Ctrl + Alt + M


You can find them all at https://support.google.com/docs/answer/179738?hl=en or check out these “cheat sheet”:



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10 Tips for Folders in Google Drive | Teacher Tech

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How to Add Video to a PowerPoint Presentation - YouTube
You may want to add video to a PowerPoint presentation which is easy enough but you might also want to make adjustments such as to the volume, trimming the video, adding bookmarks or getting it to loop.

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The Time Elapsed Analysis & Reporting System (T.E.A.R.S.) is a Microsoft Excel add-in that automatically calculates the total amount of time that you have spent in different aspects of your work. After exporting your calendar data from Microsoft Outlook to Excel, this add-in extracts elapsed time, sums up the number of hours in each category, and then produces both a table and a chart. If you ever wondered where your time goes, you will want to use T.E.A.R.S. to learn more.

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Google Trick: Site:
Get results from certain sites or domains. So, if you want to quickly find the Ethical Standards and other pages related to ethics on the ASCA webpage, put the following into Google search:
site:schoolcounselor.org ethics. Click here to see for yourself.

Bonus: Play Atari Breakout by searching it on Google Images.

Also, this one lets Google flip a coin for you when you don’t have one on hand, good one for doing classroom activities: Search for “flip a coin” or “heads or tails.”

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How to Remove Passwords from Adobe PDF Files
Google Chrome has a built-in PDF reader* and a PDF writer and we can combine the two features to remove the password from any PDF document. Check out how:

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Excel Tip Use Array and RANDBETWEEN To Pick A Random Winner In Excel - YouTube

I also love this site which is fun to use in class: http://wheeldecide.com/. This one is pretty cool and easy to use too: http://www.classtools.net/random-name-picker/
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WORTHY WEBSITES AND SOFTWARE


YouCanBook.me is booking software that integrates with your Google Calendar.
Get a personalized scheduling page so your customers can book you online. A standard account is free as of this writing.

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Checky
How many times a day do you check your phone?

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Down For Everyone Or Just Me
Check if your website is down or up?

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Five Best Mobile Document Scanning Apps
Scanning receipts while you travel, notes on a whiteboard, or sketches on an envelope can be easy. The best apps for the job take a snapshot, can do text recognition, save your scan to the cloud for future reference on other devices, and more. This website gives us five of the best smartphone apps that get the job done. I personally use CamScanner and love it.

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OneTab (Chrome or Firefox Browsers)
Whenever you find yourself with too many tabs, click the OneTab icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once.

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5 Smart 'Drinking Water' Apps for Your Phone
Your Smart Phone already manages most of your life, so why not let it handle your drinking water needs as well?

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GuardingKids.com: Kiddle: Visual Search Engine for Kids
Kiddle is a family friendly search engine enhanced by Google safe search, so you know you get quality results without any explicit content.

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Get OneNote 2013 on your PC for Free
Works on Windows 7 and Windows 8

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JUST FOR FUN

Dubsmash
Dubsmash is a video messaging application for iOS and Android. Using the application, users can choose an audio recording of a well known quote from a list and record a video of themselves in which they dub the quote.

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Kahoot!
My students are loving this ... A Kahoot is a collection of questions on specific topics. Created by teachers, students, business-people and social users, they are asked in real-time, to an unlimited number of “players”, creating a social, fun and game-like learning environment.

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Personality Insights Demonstration
The Watson Personality Insights service uses linguistic analytics to extract a spectrum of cognitive and social characteristics from the text data that a person generates through blogs, tweets, forum posts, and more.

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Blabberize.com
Got a picture? Blabberize it!

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Snaptee is the first mobile app that enables you to create your own custom T-shirts with just a few taps on your smart phone.

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