28 mai 2018

Autounfocus

Autounfocus
David Wiley, of Learning Objects fame, has launched a weblog. The content is quite good, as you might expect - I've linked to a couple of items below. More...

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Web Services: Promises and Compromises

Web Services: Promises and Compromises
Web services is one thing that will make anyone's eyes glaze over if they are not directly involved in the computing technology side of things (and sometimes even if they are). But decision makers should consider reading this article. More...

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Pedantic Web or Semantic Web?

Pedantic Web or Semantic Web?
Some discussion of what it will mean - and what it will take - for the semantic web to achieve wide popularity. As some commentators point out, it is already changing the landscape behind the scenes, in things like middleware and content management, for example. More...

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How to Create a Web Simulation

How to Create a Web Simulation
As OLDaily readers will know, I played with Forio's simulation engine over the Christmas break. This page is a much needed tutorial for their engine. More...

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W3C Publishes Patent Policy Draft

W3C Publishes Patent Policy Draft
This has been an ongoing issue within the World Wide Web consortium (W3C) for many years: should it endorse standards for which royalties are charged? The answer, in a nutshell: No. More...

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Weblogs and Passion

Weblogs and Passion
Weblogs and weblog tools, writes the author, were created out of the passion of their designers. True. Thus, he writes, "weblogs will become important to knowledge management and knowledge sharing in organizations and why the big software players haven't been a significant factor yet." False. More...

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22 mai 2018

Commontext

Commontext
As their website states, "Commontext is a completely new way of publishing educational materials. It addresses instructors' most common complaints about commercial textbooks by providing a permanent library of freely shared classroom texts. More...

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20 mai 2018

Top 10 Websites for Beginner Programmers to Learn Coding

Screenshot-2018-4-19 Techno-News BlogTechno-News Blog. If you have a busy life schedule and no time for classes to learn how to program. All roads aren’t close yet, there are various websites on the internet which provides fully guide on how to code. These sites have a very interactive interface. Whenever you have free time, you can just log into these sites and start learning. More...

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18 mai 2018

Dublin Core Metadata Initiative

Dublin Core Metadata Initiative

The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI) has just updated its web page. The key change is a simplified (and integrated) documentation of metadata terms. More...

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Web Services in Serious Jeopardy

Web Services in Serious Jeopardy
This somewhat technical article launches readers into the world of the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS, but most often pronounced "bee-pell") and the Web Services Choreography Interface (WSCI, pronounced "whiskey). More...

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