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Hosted by Joe Humphrey, Gabriel Brangers, and Robby Payne, The Chrome Cast is a weekly show that unpacks everything from hardware to software in the world of Chrome, Chrome OS, and Google so that listeners can be more informed on all the latest updates, changes, and devices. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support
 
Hoi chummers! This is Chrome City Chronicles, an Indianapolis set and based Shadowrun Actual Play and Audio drama podcast!Our actual play takes place in a futuristic, augment-driven Indianapolis in the year 2077, as our six lead runners attempt to overcome their life-threatening debts while under the watchful eye of an omniscient force known only as Janus.Meanwhile, our audio drama tells the story two years prior with P.I. Keith Kincaid following the trail of a devastating Seattle massacre, ...
 
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This week on the Chrome Cast, we spend a good bit of time talking through MediaTek’s Executive Summit, the things that were announced there, and our thoughts on what the landscape of MediaTek ARM-powered Chromebooks will look like in the coming weeks and months. Joe was lucky enough to get to go out to California for the event and we made some fant…
 
In this episode Royboy talks with Trent Sherrill & Mikey Brown of Paper to Pavement. Both have been guests before on the podcast, Trent has been a photographer for years and no runs Speed & Kulture Magazine, Mikey owns Mikey Brown’s Upholstery and has been building some very cool drag cars since we last talked to him on this show. They’ve teamed up…
 
It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for social studies teachers! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Places & faces Research Instructional tools Did I miss one of your favorite science tools or resources? S…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show talking about all things Pixel 6. With a few launch-related bugs, we've been really impressed with Google's continual ownership of the issues and their quickness in fixing things they've admitted are actually problems. For past phones, the company has been a bit more hesitant to admit clear failures b…
 
Google has been trying to "solve" classroom YouTube schools for many years. In September of 2021, Google announced a new "age-based" policy that once again, impacts how student users interact with Youtube. Essentially, there are three options: Option 1: Block YouTube access for students, but allow teachers to share YouTube videos through Google Cla…
 
This week on the podcast, we begin things by chatting about the recent GPU benchmarks that have surfaced for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. With the two phones being out in the wild for a few weeks at this point, it is nice to see where some of the speedy performance comes from and knowing the GPU is insanely powerful in the Pixel 6 give us hope that…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for November 2021: Audio / Video lock for Google Meet New updates to the @ menu in Docs B…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we start the show by discussing the latest piece of Chrome OS hardware to show up in the office: the Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5. This large, thin tablet was one that wasn't the most intriguing when it was announced, but has quickly won us all over thanks to a combo of a fantastic 1080p OLED screen, sleek build quality, a…
 
It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for teaching science! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Vocabulary tools Concept mapping Learning resources Did I miss one of your favorite science tools or resources? …
 
This week, we open the show with some review-type thoughts on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. With our video recently going out that highlights our collective conflict over which Pixel to buy, there's a lot to talk about now that we've had these phones in our hands for well over a week. With some of the recent GPU benchmarks and real-world tests run o…
 
My guest on this episode is Brooke Taylor, a middle and high school art teacher in Bridgeport, Illinois. If you are interested in using ChromeOS for creative projects, I encourage you to listen to the great tips and project ideas Brooke generously shares during our conversation. ----------------------------- Thanks for tuning into the Chromebook Cl…
 
I don’t think we need to think too much about what this week’s podcast is centered on. Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are launched, in our office, and we definitely have some thoughts. This year, it’s not about “to Pixel, or not to Pixel?” Instead, the question really is all about which Pixel is the right one for each users. While I really thought I was a…
 
It's time to dive into my EdTech toolbox and take inventory of the best web-based resources for K-5 students! There are a LOT of tools to consider. To make things a little easier, I'm organizing these resources into three categories: Skill-building - tools that will help students develop skills in reading, writing, or math. Learning support - resou…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we’re still stuck in Pixel 6 land. We warned you that it would be a Pixel party until the 19th and here we sit, just days out from the final unveiling. In the last week, more leaks came up, more specs were verified, and more hype was generated on the way. There were new landing pages discovered and Google has put their…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for October 2021: More space for comments in Docs Don’t let students get “kicked out” of …
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show discussing the major outage that struck Facebook this week, bringing down all their services along with it. For most of the work day Monday, users were unable to send messages via Messenger or WhatsApp, post on Facebook or Instagram, or access Oculus VR services. It was a big deal that affected a ton …
 
This episode Royboy talks with Brant Martin of Martin’s Rod & Custom in Lampasas, TX https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/chromepipespinstripes/205.mp3 If you are seeing this in your email and you cannot play the audio above, go to the website Find Martin’s Rod & Custom online at: https://martinsrodandcustom.com Facebook Instagram See you at a show, R…
 
My guest today is Peter Horner (@PeterGHorner), IT manager for Barton Peveril College in Hampshire, UK. Over the past six years, Peter has helped move the college to the Google Cloud and transitioned much of the faculty and student from traditional PCs to Chromebooks. Today, Peter and his team manage more than 1,500 Chromebooks for the college. ---…
 
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Google Sites is a well-loved tool for creating simple class websites, portfolios, and student projects. While Sites is simple to use, it does offer some powerful advanced features you can use to scale Google Sites for your next class project or the creation of class pages for all of the teachers in your building. Here are four advanced elements of …
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we begin the show by once again delving into the week's news surrounding the highly-anticipated Pixel 6 launch. With the new rumors swirling, it seems clear that we'll be seeing these new phones up for order on October 19th - less than four weeks from now. We also take some time to further discuss the Pixel fold and th…
 
Every Wednesday from October - May I am offering a LIVE webinar exploring the latest tips, tools, and trends in classroom technology! Preparing and researching 30 unique webinars is a LOT of work, so this program isn't free, but it is a good value when compared with attending a conference or full-day workshop. You can learn more and sign up here: C…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we spend some time unpacking the recent – and frankly surprising – jab Apple chose to take at Chromebooks during their latest keynote presentation. In very non-Apple fashion, the company chose to quickly mention Chromebooks when talking about their latest, entry-level iPad and though it was a bit of a misdirection, the…
 
Welcome to AFGHAN DISPATCHES 03 with DIVA PATANG (twitter.com/DivaPatang?ref_src=…mp^serp|twgr^author) and ChromeRadio's CATRIONA OLIPHANT (https://chromemedia.co.uk/).September 2021 marked the 20th anniversary of 9/11 when Al-Qaeda suicide bombers flew hijacked planes into the World Trade Center in New York. In response the Bush administration ann…
 
Gabriel Brangers (@gabrielbrangers), co-founder of Chrome Unboxed, is an expert in ChromeOS hardware. He has know's everything that's worth knowing about current AND future Chromebooks! Gabe joins me to explain some of the key things you should consider when buying a personal Chromebook and he shares some helpful tips for district administrators wh…
 
This week on The Chrome Cast, we discuss the new way that Google teased the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with little warning in a new sizzle video on YouTube. The ad-like, 30-second video doesn’t give too much away that we didn’t already know, but it did give us the first official looks at the new Pixel phones in the hands of actual humans. Sure, the re…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for September 2021: Improvements to offline access for Drive How do you spend your time? …
 
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