Something to show how blogs work…. I was looking for an example of skins and the ability for users to customise a website’s look. One example, apparently in Flash is at Will Young’s website
Monthly Archives: January 2003
Study says boys read – they just don’t read much. There have been lots of studies in the UK too about this. David Clayton was an advocate for boys’ reading. I was recently contacted about a project in the South West to develop boys’ literacy through ICT.
Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/23/2003 | When files survive, but not the technology to read them “Joe Miller of the University of Southern California recently learned that he could not access data from the 1976 Viking Mars landings, which were stored on magnetic tape; a [15-year-old] digital version of the approximately
BBC NEWS | Technology | The most annoying spam of 2002
ThinkGeek :: Stuff for Smart Masses – Sorted – all this year’s birthday presents!
More about spam…. Uh-oh: Spam’s getting more sophisticated – Computerworld
Congress to take on spam, copyright When the 107th Congress ended its work last November, politicians discarded dozens of technology-related bills that had been briefly considered but were never enacted. Now that the 108th Congress has begun this week, some of those controversial proposals dealing with spam, copyright and Internet
I have decided that it is essential to learn CSS for my next website, and have found a useful online tutorial/guide at w3schools.com Of course, there’s always Webmonkey and Lissa explains everything at a nicely simple level designed for kids but I suspect the kids don’t need it and we
New media is a completely new form of writing, but it has evolved from other media and genres. Writers have developed poetry, programming, video and cartoons, to name just a few. Here are some creative web-writing projects that have taken crime writing as inspiration, in various ways. Online crime magazines,
I’m quite fond of Flash poetry. But sometimes I wonder if the multimedia actually adds anything to the text. From Thom Swiss’ collaborative Flash poetry I look at Flood, in which the form really suits the content, and Shy Boy, which I think would be just as powerful in simple