ThingLink, it's tricky to say aloud, but what it does is pretty magical.
It was a dreary evening last week, one of those evenings when you're about to pack it all in and head off to bed when I stumbled upon ThingLink and the hours of playing around with what it could offer were much more rewarding than a few extra hours of kip.
I've embedded some of my creations, they're by no means the limit to what ThingLink is capable of, but I've put them together to give you a bit of an idea.
The cool thing about ThingLink is that you can take an image and you can make it interactive. You can add in bits of info, you can embed videos, or, where it gets really exciting, you can team it up with Google Docs.
In my example of the Church, I've been able to embed a presentation and if I was using it in a lesson, I could use the Exit Ticket which I have embedded using Google Forms.
The potential of what can be done with ThingLink seems huge and I'll no doubt be updating this when I've sunk my teeth in and tested it out a bit more.
In the meantime check out my video and the examples I've made up.