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Emerging Technologies: Weebly and Wallwisher. By: Nikki. Weebly . What am I?. I was born in San Francisco in 2006. My investors are Ron Conway (original investor in Google), Mike Maples, Aydin Senkut , Rajeev Motwani and Paul Buchheit (creator of Gmail).

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weebly what am i
Weebly. What am I?
  • I was born in San Francisco in 2006.
  • My investors are Ron Conway (original investor in Google), Mike Maples, AydinSenkut, Rajeev Motwani and Paul Buchheit (creator of Gmail).
  • I help people put information on-line easily and quickly.
currently
Currently…
  • 3 million people use me.
  • I was named one of the 50 best websites in 2007 in magazine.
responsibilty goes to
Responsibilty goes to…
  • In the beginning of 2007, the Weebly founding team joined a seed funding program called Y Combinator.
  • Y Combinator has funded startups, such as Clustrix, Scribd, Weebly, Songkick, Dropbox, WePay, Bump, and many more.
    • We do this twice a year. On average = $18k.
prices
Prices …
  • There is a free version (which is what I used).
  • There is a pro account which costs…
    • $4.58/month for 6 months
    • $3.99/month for 1 year
    • $2.99/month for 2 years (which is a 25% discount)
classroom use
Classroom use …
  • You create a blog/website.
  • You can post information about your class, projects, assignments, etc.
  • Parents can join so they can keep up with information.
  • This is a way to communicate.
wallwisher is
Wallwisher is …
  • A new way to communicate!
  • Sticky notes are used.
  • My parent is SharedCopy.
  • I was born in 2008.
  • Nitesh is the only true member, but…
  • There are others, such as Tejas Kumar Viswanath , PranavPiyush, Mark James, and ChoonKeat.
as of now
As of now …
  • In 2009, Wallwisher came back to life after hiding out for about a year.
  • Their FAQ page is pretty funny.
the responsible party is
The Responsible party is …
  • SharedCopy.
  • But the main creator is Nitesh.
the price
The Price =
  • 32*2 – 16*4 = $0
  • Or 64 - 64 = $0

From: How much does it cost?

how can i use this in my classroom
How can I use this in my classroom?
  • This can be used as a bulletin board, just on-line.
  • There are sticky notes.
  • Parents, Students (depending on grade level), and fellow teachers can use this.
  • Homework reminders, projects, parent-teacher conferences, etc…
websites
Websites …
  • http://www.weebly.com/
  • http://www.time.com/time/specials/2007/article/0,28804,1633488_1633608_1633636,00.html
  • http://www.wallwisher.com/