PICASAWEB DIRECTIONS
Here is where we can place our pictures. To do that, copy the HTML code from the Picasa site and click on the edit button on this page. Then click on the TV icon in the editor and select "other HTML." In the box that appears, paste the HTML code from Picasa. Make sure you have the blinking cursor at the bottom of the page as that is where the pictures will be placed. For additional information click on "How to Embed Slideshow" on the right side of this page.

FLICKR DIRECTIONS
If you are using Flickr, there are two options. Number One: You need to get the URL of the "set" That is easy to do. Then you need to copy that URL and go tohttp://flickrslidr.com/ Follow the directions and copy the HTML code the site generates for you. One you have done that click on the edit button on the wiki here and select the TV icon. Go to the bottom most choice and select other HTML. Paste the HTML into the window and you'll get a single set like the one below.

Option Number Two: Using the Flickr widget in the wikispaces editor.
On your Flickr page go to the bottom and get the RSS feed link. You can do that by clicking on the little orange icon and copying the URL on the new page that comes up. Then click on the TV in the wiki editor and select slideshow. Then select Flickr and paste the new URL you just copied into the window provided. Click save.

SHORT HOW TO FOR PICASAWEB


Todd's Pictures

The Great Bot Project, from Dragonfly Labs.

The robot concept and prototype project for 5th Grade New Horizons at Lincoln School in Prescott, AZ. by Cosimo Bohrman
Slideshow on Webshots

This is an incomplete documentation of the build, but it will give you a general idea of the evening's activities. Cosimo hand-chose all of the metal parts from Joe Butitta, who we are grateful to.


PROJECT DESCRIPTION: After careful planning, construction began by dismantling a pair of little sister's Barbie rollerskates for wheel and some bolts on hand (I had some explaining to do, later). They are very durable and worked perfectly on the sturdy base.
We thought we'd have to enlist the help of some friend's in the welding trade, but managed to bolt and twist everything together securely, even taking advantage of the lamp screw on the neck piece to hold the face plate on. It was a blast to work on this together, finding how all the parts fits together with ingenuity, creativity and luck, as well as a cupcake or two.
Cosimo presented his project to the class and answered questions from his colleagues. You can read his paper on the robot here.


Ronnie's Pictures

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Rhonda's Pics



Ruth E's July '09 Cape Elizabeth, ME Pictures

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Joan's Prescott Views




Sheryl Minarik's overseas pictures



Susan--Legoland/San Diego Zoo/Oceanside Oct. 2009





Cindy's Hiker Dog







Annie's Attempt at Photosharing




Tricia's Winston Churchill slide show for a lifelong learning class


Sal's Sunrises and Sunsets



Rick's Photos


Elizabeth Gheiler and Son Trip to Pueblo Zoo