Aaron’s daughter learns about project scope

And a little Flash to boot Flash sounds like a perfect tool to teach programming. Others I’ve been reading about: Alice Scratch (scratch is built on Squeak Smalltalk – there are other educational environments/tools built with it as well) Snake Wrangling for Kids Pygame My roots: LOGO and Commodore BASIC. Interesting related article at O’Reilly: […]

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CNN gets rid of the crawl

I expected this to be bigger news in my circles, but it hasn’t registered. CNN has rejected the news crawl for a far less busy headline flip in its news broadcasts. The new UI makes it far easier to absorb the news broadcast without constant distraction and sometimes even helps to clarify whatever it is […]

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CSS for Programmers

Two great pieces that I’ll be sure to reference in the future (expecially when I redesign this blog): Stefano’s Linotype: Why Programmers Suck at CSS Design niqos design studio: CSS for Programmers (and anyone else who appreciates clean, approachable CSS)

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An Ajax RSS Reader

William Lazar cooked up a sweet RSS reader you can read about on his blog using Google’s Ajax Feed API and MooTools. Part of me wants to whip up a Popurls page using this, that stores what feeds you want to see in a cookie. Something like that could take only a few hours, with […]

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