I wrote a couple of months ago about the disappearance and assumed demise of Sketchcast, the site that offers tools that allow users to capture drawings as they are created, record narration, add text, and share online. It had become one of the favorite apps of several teachers I had shared it with, and I was quite disappointed to see it go away. During the Christmas break, I typed in the URL for the site in faint hope it would yield a different result. Much to my stunned amazement, Sketchcast popped right up, as if nothing had happened. I logged in, and the account credentials worked fine, too. The only sign that anything had been afoul was that the creation tool is not back online. When the link for creating a Sketchcast is clicked, users are informed that it will be back online soon. I certainly hope so! I haven’t found another site that does what Sketchcast does as intuitively. I will keep clicking on the link every few days, and I’ll update when it is fully back to operational.