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UC Berkeley researchers aim to revolutionize e-books - The Daily Californian
"Hartnell and his team aim to harness a web-based platform, using the standardized Web language of HTML5, to create e-books as an alternative to private proprietary formats like Kindle and iBook.

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ebooks  future  programming  from delicious
april 2013 by katieday
Interactive Fiction Game Design | CrookedLetter.org
"what can an English class do to leverage the potential of game-based learning?"
programming  english_class  writing  teaching  from delicious
april 2013 by katieday
Codea app for the iPad
lets you create games and simulations - good for kids to do programming/coding? $9.99
programming  apps  technology  learning  students  ipads  from delicious
january 2013 by katieday
Udacity - 21st Century University
just signed up for Udacity's CS 101: Building a Search Engine - - who is going to join me?
online_courses  free  programming  education  learning  from twitter
january 2012 by katieday
Code Year
"And lucky you, this is just the year to do it. It is Code Year, actually, according to Code Academy, which helps people learn to code. “Sign up for Code Year to start receiving a new interactive programming lesson every Monday,” touts the web site, and “You’ll be building apps and websites before you know it!” I tried out the first few lessons, and it strikes me as a gentle way to learn to program. The lessons are small, focused, and introduce concepts with demonstrations that are easy to understand. It is therefore likely your best chance to learn to code if you aren’t in school.
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programming  teaching  online_courses 
january 2012 by katieday
buzztouch -- Free iPhone App Builder | Phone and Android Content management system
"Would you like to develop an iPhone or Android application? If so, it just got much easier with the Buzztouch content management system. Visitors don't need to know any coding, and after creating a Buzztouch account they can get started building their own application. Visitors should look over the "How Buzztouch Works" area to get acclimated to the program and they should also check out the "FAQ" section. This version is compatible with all operating systems and users will need to have access to an iPhone, iPad, or Android phone to test their application's functionality. "
apps  tools  development  programming 
july 2011 by katieday
DesignBlocks
"DesignBlocks is a drag-and-drop programming language based on Scratch, TurtleArt and Processing.It is being developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. 
DesignBlocks is currently in beta and we are actively seeking feedback. The current system is based on ActionScript3, and we are currently experimenting with HTML5 as well.
This website is built using Google App Engine and jquery. "
scratch  programming  design  kids  creativity  tools  images  drawing 
april 2011 by katieday
Tips for libraries: ACRL 2011: Frugal Tech
Links to several posters (PDFs), e.g., "One poster session used Google tools to implement a frugal approach toward e-resource reservations. "E-Resource Renewal Awareness: Using Google Calendar to Bring Selectors on Board [PDF]," and another "The Homegrown Mobile Catalog: A Quick Inexpensive Approach to Expanding Access" (PDF)
google_apps  libraries  programming  scheduling  calendars  mobile_devices  OPAC_2.0 
april 2011 by katieday
75 Must Learn HTML5 Resources to Master Your Web Development
"With HTML5 browser adoption on the way, you might want to brush up your HTML5 skills with the following resources and examples.

* HTML5 specifications
* HTML5 references
* HTML5 tutorial articles
* HTML5 previews
* tutorials
* HTML5 browser support
* video and audio guides
* demos, examples, templates and tools"
programming  html  howto  webdesign 
december 2010 by katieday
Mega Collection Of Cheatsheets for Designers And Developers | SpyreStudios
CSS, HTML, Javascript, PHP, MySQL, Color/Fonts/SEO, CMS, software, browsers, others.....
programming  tips  howto  webdesign 
december 2010 by katieday
Greenfoot - The Java Object World
"Consider greenfoot as a combination between a framework for creating two-dimensional grid assignments in Java and an integrated development environment (class browser, editor, compiler, execution, etc.) suitable for novice programmers. While greenfoot su
programming  java  teaching  imported_from_delicious 
october 2010 by katieday
Google Launches Contest to Encourage Kids to Code - NYTimes.com
"The Google Open Source Program is announcing a new outreach effort, aimed at 13- to 18-year-old students around the world. Google Code-in will operate in a similar fashion to Google's Summer of Code, giving students the opportunity to work in open-source
programming  teaching  google  projects  imported_from_delicious 
october 2010 by katieday
The principle of indirection - O'Reilly Radar
"Programmers learn, early on, that there's a difference between values stored in memory and pointers to (or references to, or addresses of) values stored in memory. The key distinction emerges when these things move around within programs, and it is captu
programming  design  websites  imported_from_delicious 
october 2010 by katieday
Atmosphir - Help
"Atmosphir is a 3D third-person video game that has been released in private beta. The adventure theme of the game allows players to explore various levels and challenges. It also allows users to create their own levels and upload them to share with other
gaming  games  programming  imported_from_delicious 
september 2010 by katieday
Atmosphir - Help
"Atmosphir is a 3D third-person video game that has been released in private beta. The adventure theme of the game allows players to explore various levels and challenges. It also allows users to create their own levels and upload them to share with others."
gaming  games  programming 
september 2010 by katieday
Harvard Univ Extension School: CSCI E-52 Intensive Introduction to Computer Science Using C, PHP, and JavaScript
CSCI E-52 Intensive Introduction to Computer Science Using C, PHP, and JavaScript
David J. Malan, PhD, Lecturer on Computer Science, Harvard University.
online_learning  computers  programming  tutorials  university_courses  imported_from_delicious 
august 2010 by katieday
HTML5 Drag and Drop and File API Tutorial | The Buzz Media
"They always say that the best way to learn something is to try and teach someone else, so here is my attempt at distilling this relatively new and unsupported technology down into nice diagrams, gotchas and code so you can enjoy it too.
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html  html5  howto  programming  imported_from_delicious 
june 2010 by katieday
GameSalad - Game Creation for the Rest of Us ™ - GameSalad.com
"GameSalad is the world’s most advanced game creation tool for non-programmers. With GameSalad, game makers of all levels can bring their ideas to life without programming a single line of code. Build games visually using a drag-and-drop interface along w
ipad  games  programming  tools  apps  imported_from_delicious 
may 2010 by katieday
Publish your scripts to the Apps Script Gallery - Google Apps Developer Blog
<< Today, we are excited to make Google Apps Script available to everyone. Some of you may already be familiar with Google Apps Script within Google Apps, but in case you are new to it, Google Apps Script provides a powerful and flexible scripting environ
google_apps  scripts  programming  howto  google  google_docs  imported_from_delicious 
april 2010 by katieday
sigil - Project Hosting on Google Code
Sigil is a free opensource multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor. It is designed to edit books in ePub format. "After converting your ebook with Calibre, load it up in Sigil and clean up the table of contents, remove any unwanted images, etc. It also suppor
ebooks  programming  tools  free  google  opensource  digitalgist  imported_from_delicious  epubs 
march 2010 by katieday
http://developer.apple.com/iphone/index.action
<< iPhone Developer Program Members can begin developing iPad applications with iPhone SDK 3.2 beta. Registered Apple Developers can access iPhone SDK 3.1.3 for developing iPhone and iPod touch applications. >>
iphone  sdk  apps  programming  tools  imported_from_delicious 
march 2010 by katieday
Design & Code a Cool iPhone App Website in HTML5
<< HTML5 isn’t here just yet, but the Working Draft is complete enough for us to play around and get to grips with the exciting new elements we can use in our code. To learn how a few of these elements can be used, let’s put together a simple website for
apps  iphone  html5  howto  programming  imported_from_delicious 
march 2010 by katieday
Planet Kodu | Create Something Cool
<< Planet Kodu is a resource developed by ideasLAB to support users of Kodu Game Lab for PC, a free programming language for children developed by Microsoft.

Using Kodu Game Lab, children are given the opportunity to approach problem solving and co-opera
teaching  programming  microsoft  kids  gaming  creativity  imported_from_delicious 
march 2010 by katieday
Casual Gameplay Design Competition #4!
From jayisgames.com -- finalists in the ongoing competitions.. fun, little games... good to show kids who are creating their own, e.g., via Scratch....
programming  games  creativity  competitions  physics  imported_from_delicious 
december 2009 by katieday
For Writing Software, a Buddy System - NYTimes.com - Preoccupations - Jim Remsik -
interesting article about software companies that use the buddy system for coding -- the person who write the code is the driver, while the other watching out for errors is the navigator -- it's social learning in the workplace
careers  programming  collaboration  work  learning  social_science  imported_from_delicious 
september 2009 by katieday
DigiPen: A Leader in Game Development Education: Singapore
Original institution is in Redmond, Washington, but there's a Singapore version: <
university  gaming  programming  singapore  technology  education  imported_from_delicious 
june 2009 by katieday
Advice to a journalist starting out now: learn to code
<<"My coding? Not that great. Your coding? Could be a lot better. Great coding? You'd be able to knock up something like the Guardian BNP map without a second thought. And the journalism then flows on from that, because you can see so much more clearly. I
programming  journalism  advice  careers  computers  skills  imported_from_delicious 
january 2009 by katieday
The Work of Jonathan Harris
Creator of "Universe", "We Feel Fine", etc. and other creative online works of art and communication
design  technology  web2.0  ideas  art  innovation  inspiration  people  media  information  culture  programming  imported_from_delicious 
november 2008 by katieday
Small Basic
Small Basic is a project that's aimed at bringing "fun" back to programming. By providing a small and easy to learn programming language in a friendly and inviting development environment, Small Basic makes programming a breeze. Ideal for kids and adults
programming  teaching  technology  children  howto  free  software  education  imported_from_delicious 
november 2008 by katieday
Learning Processing: A Beginner's Guide to Programming Images, Animation, and Interaction by Daniel Shiffman
Find a friend in code.
This book tells a story. It’s a story of liberation, of taking the first steps towards understanding the foundations of computing, writing your own code, and creating your own media without the bonds of existing software tools. This
book  design  programming  computers  howto  imported_from_delicious 
october 2008 by katieday
The Internet of Things by Rob van Kranenburg | Beyond the Beyond from Wired.com
The Internet of Things is the second issue in the series of Network Notebooks. It’s a critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID by Rob van Kranenburg. Rob examines what impact RFID and other systems, will have on our cities and our
ubiquity  computers  future  everyware  ubicomp  programming  rfid  imported_from_delicious 
october 2008 by katieday
Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » Introducing Ubiquity
August 2008: the launch of Ubiquity, a Mozilla Labs experiment into connecting the Web with language in an attempt to find new user interfaces that could make it possible for everyone to do common Web tasks more quickly and easily.

The overall goals of U
firefox  ubiquity  browser  tools  web3.0  web2.0  software  extensions  mashups  programming  future  mozilla  imported_from_delicious 
september 2008 by katieday
20 Useful Visualization Libraries : A Beautiful WWW
"Well, not entirely limited to libraries. Useful stuff for visualization practitioners sounded a little non-specific, though. These are all freely available."
data  statistics  programming  graphs  tools  visualizations  imported_from_delicious 
september 2008 by katieday
rapunsel: Real Time Programming for Underpresented Student's Early Literacy
Rapunsel is single-player dance game designed to teach computer programming to 10-12 year olds. The project was started with the goal of empowering young girls to learn programming as a way of addressing the critical shortage of women in technology relate
programming  literacies  gaming  girls  research  online  technology  future  learning  imported_from_delicious 
september 2008 by katieday
Edge: THE NEXT RENAISSANCE: A Talk By Douglas Rushkoff
Computers and networks finally offer us the ability to write. And we do write with them. Everyone is a blogger, now.... But writing is not the capability being offered us by these tools at all. The capability is programming—which almost none of us really
activism  edge  change  future  programming  literacies  democracy  politics  collective  collaboration  imported_from_delicious 
september 2008 by katieday
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