The Next Web: ‘Timestamps’ feature makes Twitter the news site it was always meant to be

The Next Web: ‘Timestamps’ feature makes Twitter the news site it was always meant to be. “Twitter today introduced Timestamps, which allows users to share both live videos and recorded ones from a certain point. It’s essentially the same as the timestamp option on YouTube’s share button. Timestamps roll out today for the iOS and Android apps, as well as Periscope.”

Free Technology for Teachers: Four Tools for Recording Time-stamped Notes While Watching Videos

Free Technology For Teachers: Four Tools for Recording Time-stamped Notes While Watching Videos. “There are many tools for creating video-based lessons and quizzes in which students answer the questions that you create for them. There is nothing inherently wrong with that. I’ve done that myself. However, there are times when I want students to watch an educational video and record notes of their own. Those notes could be questions that they want to ask me or they could be simple notes about an important point made in a video. The following four tools enable students to record time-stamped notes while watching educational videos on YouTube, Vimeo, and other video hosting services.”

Internet Archive: Wayback Machine Playback… now with Timestamps!

Internet Archive: Wayback Machine Playback… now with Timestamps!. “The Wayback Machine has an exciting new feature: it can list the dates and times, the Timestamps, of all page elements compared to the date and time of the base URL of a page. This means that users can see, for instance, that an image displayed on a page was captured X days before the URL of the page or Y hours after it. Timestamps are available via the ‘About this capture’ link on the right side of the Wayback Toolbar. “