Eric Allam on Code School

Code School runs courses that teach you how to code directly in the browser. We talked to Eric Allam, the brain behind the project and ruby developer at Envy Labs net What s the idea behind Code School Eric Allan: Most people know how to open up their browser and type into a text field.…

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Develop for as Many users as Possible

John Allsopp, developer and organiser of the Web Directions conferences, responds to Aral Balkan s one version manifesto and argues we should embrace the web s universality and aim to make our sites available for everybody The fine folks at .net magazine very graciously asked me to comment on Aral s piece, because of a…

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My Websites will only support the latest browser versions

Hopefully you ve found this report helpful, but let us give you some final advice. It s something you are hopefully already doing if you

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Apple to announce e-book creation tools

Ars Technica is reporting that Apple s media event in New York on Thursday won t just be about education partnerships to release textbooks, but that we might also see new tools that are described as GarageBand for e-books. The new tools are said to make e-book creation much easier than currently available software tools…

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Mobile Social Learning

Study Hall is a new website and iOS app for sharing and studying with friends. Even though the service is still in a beta phase it seems promising. The basic idea behind Study Hall is to enable teachers and students to upload content to a common place and access it through an iPad, an iPhone,…

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Rhode Island School Prayer Plaqoe Debate Highlight Stupidity Of Left s Neutrality Of Religion Nonsense

The founders and framers of the US Constitution and the Republic should be spinning in their graves over the mindset on display in this situation. Well perhaps they have been spinning in their graves ever since 1947, when the Supreme Court ruled in the Everson v. Board of Education case. A Supreme Court Justice at…

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