Monday, April 13, 2015

Need to lower data usage on your smartphone?


Facebook videos

If you have Facebook on your phone, you may be using more data than you realize. If a friend posts a video in their newsfeed, you may notice it sometimes plays automatically when you scroll past it. Guess what that does? Yep—eats data. 
Fortunately, you can turn this auto-play function off.  Here’s how:
For Android:
1.        Open Facebook and go to Settings.
2.       Change Videos Auto-play to Off. You can also set it to Wi-Fi Only, so they’ll only play when you’re connected to your Wi-Fi.

For iOS:
1.        Go to Settings. Tap Facebook and go to Settings.
2.       Under Video, you can set Auto-play to Off or Wi-Fi Only.
Other social networking apps may have similar settings. Instagram, for example, has a setting to only pre-load videos while on Wi-Fi. Keep in mind uploading videos to social networks can burn just as much data as watching them, so you might want to wait until you’re connected to Wi-Fi before sharing..



Tuesday, November 4, 2014

student@student.govwentworth.k12.nh.logging.in.is.frustrating

School log in: Keeping it simple
1.  
KRHS Home Page


2.  
First . Last
That's it!
Submit


Booyah!


***Tech Tip: Bookmark KRHS

Friday, October 24, 2014

Chrome Speak

Let the computer read it:


If you have chrome speak already.....



1. Use your mouse to highlight the words

2.  right click

3. click on the chrome speak icon
    

If you would like to add chrome speak to your computer:

       
 1. Click on Apps on your tool bar (top left).






2. Click on Store. 








3. Type Chrome Speak in the search box and click on +Free. 
                                                          



Thursday, October 2, 2014

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Geometry Oldie but Goodie


If they're in yellow....

If the students are in yellow, then they are sophomores!
                                                                      (CONDITIONAL STATEMENT)





 

 (INVERSE)
 If the students are NOT in yellow, then they are NOT sophomores.
                                                                                                                              







Statement: If the students are in yellow, then they are sophomores!
 



(CONVERSE - same terms, reverse the connection)  
 If they are sophomores, then the students are in yellow. 
                                                                                   







  Statement: If the students are in yellow, then they are sophomores!    




(CONTRAPOSITIVE)  

 If the students are NOT sophomores, then they are NOT in yellow.
                                                                                                          


 a BICONDITIONAL STATEMENT = conditional + converse
IF AND ONLY IF.......

The student is a sophomore, IF AND ONLY IF the student is wearing yellow.
True or False?


Geometry Rocks!