Simple Debugging of Javascript

By | February 1, 2015

creative commons licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Dmitry Baranovskiy We have a few people messing about with JavaScript for the first time1 so I figured I’d sketch out how I use Chrome to help debug things. With Chrome it’s relatively pleasant. Chrome has developer tools which are very handy for all things … Continue reading Simple Debugging of Javascript

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Photography – Week 60

By | February 1, 2015

This is just frost on my windshield in the early morning. I really like the surreal mix of sunrise bokeh and crisp ice patterns.

I need to do a photo book of lonely pets.

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | January 31, 2015

And So We Meet, Again: Why The Workday Is So Filled With Meetings : NPR “Experts say poorly run meetings grind away at employee engagement and make companies less reactive by bogging decisions down in human red tape. Some companies, including Mattel, try to create limits around the size, duration or frequency of meetings. But … Continue reading Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

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Rookie Javascript Mistakes

By | January 29, 2015

I frequently can accomplish things by cobbling together code I find on Stack Overflow and various tutorials/examples found elsewhere. Sometimes I have a decent idea what’s going. Other times . . . my lack of real understanding slows me down much more than I’d like. The following bits of increased knowledge come from playing around … Continue reading Rookie Javascript Mistakes

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HCPS ITRTs – Community – Google+

By | January 27, 2015

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eed to do to be able to access a meeting. Just wanted you to be aware in case you had any questions.  Please let me know if you have any questions. 

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Photography – Week 59

By | January 26, 2015

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | January 24, 2015

Let’s Ditch the Singularity and Focus on Multiplicity — Davos 2015: The New Global Context — Medium “Tasks that are hard for humans, like precision spot welding, are easy for robots, while tasks that are easy for humans, like clearing the dinner table, are very hard for robots.” I think the same could be said … Continue reading Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

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It Could Be Beautiful: Aspirational vs Operational EdTech

By | January 22, 2015

creative commons licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by ellyjonez1 This is a bit of brainstorming for a presentation I’m doing in a few months. It’s a bit of a remix of some stuff I’ve highlighted before but there are a few new examples in the mix (bolded below). I think they’re well worth … Continue reading It Could Be Beautiful: Aspirational vs Operational EdTech

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WordPress Multisite- Quick Delete to Reuse Email

By | January 22, 2015

Image thanks to Armando. In WordPress Multisite, a user can sign up under an email address. They then decide to delete their account for some odd reason. If they try to sign up again under that same email, it’ll say the email address is being used and will become available in a few days. In … Continue reading WordPress Multisite- Quick Delete to Reuse Email

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Photography – Year in Review

By | January 21, 2015

It is still January right? Instead of looking through all my images or even culling the weekly summaries I opted to see which ones had lingered in my head. These are the ones I remembered. Some of them were pretty popular on the Internets but others received little attention. This is an unposed image of … Continue reading Photography – Year in Review

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