• Online Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus. Free access.
    English, Medical, Legal, Financial, and Computer Dictionaries, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, a Literature Reference Library, and a Search Engine all in one!
    Tags: reference
  • MBoffin.com – Designline – A Design Timeline
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    Tags: design, webdev
  • OSS Watch – open source software advisory service
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    Tags: opensource
  • Open AJAX
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  • Java Perpetual Calendar
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    Tags: CSS, slideshow, xhtml
  • Planet Planet!
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    Tags: rss
  • Conversate
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  • gnomz.com – comic creator
    Create and publish your own hip comic!
    Tags: comic, cool, publish
  • It's about the Community Plumbing: The Social Aspects of Content Management Systems | Kairosnews
    This article is a work-in-progress, a draft for a chapter being submitted to a Computers and Writing edited collection on databases.
    Tags: blog, social, tool
  • Holocaust Wiki Project : HomePage
    Uses a wiki for a branching simulation (think choose your own adventure) about a family in the Holocaust. They have to come up with realistic decision points, describe the pros and cons, address the consequences of each decision, and fill it in with a narrative that reflects their research on the Holocaust.
    Tags: holocaust, teaching, wiki
  • FeedMiner
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  • Countdown to RSS, the Gateway Technology
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    Tags: rss
  • Quick Online Tips: Copy Del.icio.us Bookmarks to Furl
    How to export bookmarks in XML format

  • Introduction to Social Network Methods: Table of Contents
    This on-line textbook introduces many of the basics of formal approaches to the analysis of social networks. The text relies heavily on the work of Freeman, Borgatti, and Everett (the authors of the UCINET software package). The materials here, and their organization, were also very strongly influenced by the text of Wasserman and Faust, and by a graduate seminar conducted by Professor Phillip Bonacich at UCLA. Many other users have also made very helpful comments and suggestions based on the first version. Errors and omissions, of course, are the responsibility of the authors. You are invited to use and redistribute this text freely — but please acknowledge the source
    Tags: networks, social

The post "Today’s Jots" was originally slapped on the butt by a cigar smoking doctor yelling "It's a post!" at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2005/06/todays-jots/) on June 2, 2005.

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