Wow, it’s been a while since I clicked over to BBspot. This story is a bit dated (June 14), but is important if you are concerned about today’s youth. BBspot – Student Suspended Over Suspected Use of PHP Topeka, KS – High school sophomore Brett Tyson was suspended today after teachers learned he may be […]
I musta been sleepin’ that day they covered bizness models. Here them smart folks in the Windy city offer Business Blog / Weblog Workshop by BloggingWorks
a smokin deal at $395 per
suit, err head. At what are we chargin’? nuttin’?
I am guilty of this as much as the next person– in working on a web design project, or any project for that matter, you can get so close to the details and the content that you easily miss minor but important details.
IndyJunior Flash Mapping Module is a nifty Flash application from Bryan Boyer… By editing your own XML file, IndyJunior generates a dynamic map of places you have been or are planning to go to, and IJ features a configuration tool to customize the map appearance and features. Nodes can be set as hyperlinks to relevant […]
I’d rather be blogging about something else, but after a raft of stupid “Neat Blog”, “I agree”, “Cool Blog I’ll be back” comments, often from the same IP with faked emails, appearing on very old posts (ones that pop up on Google), I have taken another level of blog protection. Taking a cue from Greg’s […]
Here is another new learning objects “hub” site (a PHP-Nuke supported site) called Learning About Learning Objects . I clicked and clicked and clicked trying to find the elusive “About” statement, failing, and found this on a site that seemed to be the prototype: The process of implementing SDCCD Online to date has highlighted several […]
Recently Brian Lamb and Jim Sibley conducted a Canadian Blogshop at the University of British Columbia, and plentifully acknowledged the materials in our BlogShop from down here in the far south Canadian hinterland province of Arizona ;-) Actually the UBC version takes it a notch further by posting the workshop materials in a wiki. I […]
Zoom-zoom. More power for those looking for learning objects or instructional resources. MERLOT’s Federated Search allows you to enter keywords (say “cell mitosis”) and with one click conduct a search of MERLOT, Australia’s )EdNA Online, and the Science Math resources of SMETE. Actually the EdNA folks had demo-ed this first at the MERLOT 2003 conference […]
More detective work with analysis of web server logs with AWstats shows that poor spammers are unable to find their links on my web site. Alas! What is a roach to do!
Does that mean that they will target me next? No luck, as they are blocked at the door by the MTBlacklist army boot. Does this mean that they are looking for the fruits of their spam roach labor? Too bad, no signs here…
I was recently looking for a package to implement a discussion board for a group project, and luckily came across phpBB :: Creating Communities. phpBB is a high powered, fully scalable, and highly customisable open-source bulletin board package. phpBB has a user-friendly interface, simple and straightforward administration panel, and helpful FAQ. Based on the powerful […]