Wow this drop.io thing is fun!
What, you ask, is drop.io? Just go back to my original article on drop.io to find out that it's a nifty FREE web tool to communicate and share with students, colleagues, or total strangers.
I just found out that they have a Firefox plugin that adds just one more set of magical features to an already crazy magical tool.
First, if you haven't been using Firefox browser, which is a FREE download from Mozilla, then why not?!
It's a great browswer and has a bazillion (or so) plugins and ways to customize it.
One of the plugins is the one from drop.io, which adds "drag 'n drop.io" features to Firefox.
After downloading and installing the plugin (just a few keystrokes as you regular Firefox users know), a small red drop.io dot (see the logo pictured here) will appear in the lower toolbar of the browser frame. You can drag files or web items to the red dot and a drop.io drop is created automatically with your item(s) right there already in it! Wow.
Or if you have a particular drop open, you can just drag things into the screen where the drop appears and they'll now be part of the drop.
Click here for the link to the drop.io demo on this plugin. It does even more that I'm saying, but they say it better than I do! I'll also drag it into the A&P Professor sample drop using the plugin itself (hey, I want to play with it, OK?).
Go ahead into the drop (especially if you have yet done so), and be sure to sign up for notifications of new drops (by email, text messages, or whatever). That's because I continue to drop things there and you'll want to see/hear/watch them.
AND you'll want to gain some experience with drop.io so you'll be comfortable using it for your own courses/committees/poker clubs.
[Remember the drop password? APROCKS]