10 DIY Calendars for 2012 →
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If I try my best and fail, well, I tried my best– Steve Jobs - Fortune Magazine November 1998 (via gregmelander)
In 2011: How the Internet Revolutionized Education →
thenextweb: Are you disrupting online education? Did we miss your news? Let us know so we can keep up with you in 2012!
Technoccult: Inside the Secretive World of... →
technoccult: OWNI reports: Last year, journalists from New Zealand’s Investigate Magazine looked into the identity of the mystery man at the centre of MegaUpload. Kim Schmitz is a former German computer hacker with something of a chequered past. He made a name for himself infiltrating some the best…
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The problem with CSS pre-processors →
carnotaurus: I’ve been considering to use a CSS pre-processor like SASS, LESS, Stylus, etc, for a very long time. Every time someone asked me if I was using any of these tools/languages I would say that I’m kinda used to my current workflow and I don’t really see a reason for changing it since the problems those languages solves are not really the problems I’m having with CSS. Then yesterday I...
New Facebook For iPhone 4.1 Includes Timeline... →
If it isn’t subjective, there’s something false about it.– Roger Ebert on blogging and subjective writing. I already linked to his first quote collected by The Atlantic from his memoir, “Life Itself”, but this one is just as brilliant. And it seems pertinent to something else I’ve been writing about recently. (via parislemon)
College Faculty Take the Lead in Developing Open... →
infoneer-pulse: The average college student now spends $1,000 annually on books and supplies, and growing numbers of universities are finally getting serious about student complaints over the cost of course materials. But at schools that are open to the idea of adopting free or low-cost alternatives to $200 textbooks, concerns about the quality and variety of electronic materials already on the...
Internet Access and the New Divide →
infoneer-pulse: Telecommunications, which in theory should bind us together, has often divided us in practice. Until the late 20th century, the divide split those with phone access and those without it. Then it was the Web: in 1995 the Commerce Department published its first look at the “digital divide,” finding stark racial, economic and geographic gaps between those who could get online and...