21 novembre 2017

Whither Moodle?

Whither Moodle?
Phil Hill, e-Literate, 2017/06/20
"The trajectory of Moodle new implementations (higher education degree-granting institutions moving from another LMS to Moodle as the primary LMS) is striking," writes Phil Hill. What's striking, of course, is the downward momentum, trending toward zero. More...

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Five Technologies You Need to Know

Five Technologies You Need to Know
Good article from the Industry Standard looking ahead at trends which will shape the future. The five? Ultraviolet lithography (for making chips), organic light emiting displays, light based computers, presence technology (which detects when you're online), and business intelligence. More...

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Grassroots KM Through Blogging

Grassroots KM Through Blogging
I've been doing this for years, but the idea of knowledge management through blogging (also known as web logging) is beginning to catch on in the mainstream. This article offers an interesting - and valid - comparison between blogs and storytelling. More...

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At the Table

At the Table

One of the more elegant scripts I've seen for some time - it has been around for a while but is now fully cross browser and reliable. This script, written in Javascript, allows you to create a sortable table for a web page. More...

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Docomo Overwhelmed by Requests for 3G Trial Service

Docomo Overwhelmed by Requests for 3G Trial Service
If you weren't sure that broadband wireless is going to be the next big thing, check this: NTT Docomo has been overwhelmed with requests for its trial third-generation (3G) wireless service, receiving 147,000 applications for 4,000 available terminals since it first opened offers for the service on May 10. More...

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Comment Integration

Comment Integration
New addition to my Code section. In this article I discuss the need to integrate content and commentary within a single page and provide a quick and easy combination of a perl script, HTML and Javascript which lets you do the job. More...

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Five Technologies You Need to Know

Five Technologies You Need to Know
Good article from the Industry Standard looking ahead at trends which will shape the future. The five? Ultraviolet lithography (for making chips), organic light emiting displays, light based computers, presence technology (which detects when you're online), and business intelligence. More...

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Five Technologies You Need to Know

Five Technologies You Need to Know
Good article from the Industry Standard looking ahead at trends which will shape the future. The five? Ultraviolet lithography (for making chips), organic light emiting displays, light based computers, presence technology (which detects when you're online), and business intelligence. More...

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Event Recap: The Future of Work with Coursera and General Assembly

Event Recap: The Future of Work with Coursera and General Assembly
Coursera Blog, 2017/06/15
General Assembly began as a cooperative workspace but evolved into an IT and business skills training company with centres around the world. This short article from Coursera describes its future work with this company. More...

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eleven-x marches its low-power IoT network across Canada

eleven-x marches its low-power IoT network across Canada
Ryan Matthew Pierson, ReadWrite, 2017/06/15
It's surprising but it also makes sense that there would be a completely separate wireless network for Internet of Things devices. "Existing wireless carrier signals make a lot of bandwidth available, but also require a lot of energy to maintain a connection to. IoT devices don’t need a lot of bandwidth. More...

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