Monthly Archives: January 2011
Purpose: To inform my audience about the pros and cons of social media and networking, and how they can leverage it to their advantage. Central Idea: The Internet is a powerful tool for students. Intro How many of you have … Read More..
SAMPLE INTRODUCTION WITH COMMENTARY So far we have seen many excerpts showing how to fulfill the various objectives of an introduction. Now here is a complete introduction from a student speech. The side comments indicate the principles used in developing … Read More..
If your Interested in Using some cool tech tools to make tracking your stocks easier – check out the link below. Or, if any of y’all use iGoogle, There are several widgets that will do the job just fine – … Read More..
Day 1: We talked about creating “Data Visualisation” – transforming data into readable, visual graphics/graphs etc. I think this is essential in linking the beauty of the ‘INFO-CHAOS’ that exists on the web, with our human understanding. Here’s a little … Read More..
[jfctag] How do you scale CSS for thousands of pages? Nicole first presented Object Oriented CSS at Web Directions North in Denver. Since then, the response has been overwhelming. OOCSS allows you to write fast, maintainable, standards-based front end code. … Read More..
HTML5 improves interoperability and reduces development costs by making precise rules on how to handle all HTML elements, and how to recover from errors. Some of the new features in HTML5 are functions for embedding audio, video, graphics, client-side data … Read More..
To persuade you I’ve done a really good selection of 20 different websites using this sliding navigation, I cheer you to visit each of them, because they are really impressive! And finally, if you are sure to dislike this effect … Read More..
REN:Renaming in the command line Renames files or directories. This command is the same as the rename command. For examples of how to use this command, see Examples. Syntax Copy ren [<Drive>:][<Path>]<FileName1> <FileName2> rename [<Drive>:][<Path>]<FileName1> <FileName2> Parameters Parameter Description [<Drive>:][<Path>]<FileName1> … Read More..