A pdf with 20 ipad apps for educators - this may be something you could email to your teachers if they've just gotten ipads to teach them how to open and read a pdf on their ipad. This is really just a powerpoint converted to PDF but it does include links and screenshots.
40 ipad apps for language learners that teach language and culture. My top complaint continues to be the lack of feedback to parents and teachers, however, if you're implementing iPad 1:1, this is a must review list.
Instructions for adding a safari bookmarklet for just about every service (except Diigo) on Chris Bray's website. If you have an ipad or iphone and want to send things to your Tumblr blog you can follow these instructions. (For pinterest, go to the Pinterest website.)
Reddit is increasingly a site where technology news breaks as well as having a tight integration with top technology sites like Twit.tv (they use Reddit to curate topics for the show.) This app is the highest recommended app for using reddit on the ipad and for that reason I've installed it.
Display recorder is a cool app that lets you record everything on your ipad screen. This is a demo. I found out about this at socialedcon during our smackdown. Unfortunately it has been taken down out of the app store for some reason, but I'll mention it because it was there.
This software is supposed to make it easy to airprint all of your printers so you can print from iPad or iPod ir iPhone. It uses Bonjour and comes highly recommended. My sister is a graphic designer and says all of her friends are raving about it right now. Worth a try as her friends are super picky.
You should read this page if you're at ISTE and if you're not. It is created using Smore - an app recommended at the smackdown today. It includes many of the other events of iste that you'll want to join.
Socrative is an app that turns any device into part of a student response system. Not sure why I haven't written about before as it has won all kinds of awards. If you have BYOD or iPad or any type of 1:1 technology, Socrative is a must use so you don't have to buy a separate response system.
Google docs is a word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation software of choice in the cloud for many that need to be collaborative. But perhaps the most useful thing to me is google forms which let students make the form and put it out on the web for others to answer. Then, examining results is as simple as pasting into a word cloud maker.