21 novembre 2017

True Simplicity: Krug-o-rama!

True Simplicity: Krug-o-rama!
If you can get past the first three words of this article you'll find a pretty good discussion of web usability, stickiness and simplicity. More...

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RedVector

RedVector
RedVector is what I would call a learning marketplace for people in the building professions in the United States. It looks a bit busy to begin with, but click on the big 'Web Store' icon on the front page to view the catalogue of online courses. More...

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Bangalore Startup Aims to Take E-mail to the Masses

Bangalore Startup Aims to Take E-mail to the Masses
From the evolving technology department: an internet services company in India is promoting $150 email appliances with $3/month unlimited email services. More...

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Questions for Professional Designers

Questions for Professional Designers
I have several agendas in this long note. One is to make clear the concept of learning content as delivered through multipleformats. The other is to comment on the discussion of traditional distance learning research as compared to current methodologies. More...

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NQL Browser Recorder Beta Released

NQL Browser Recorder Beta Released
Interesting... NQL has announced the beta release of a plug-in designed to allow Internet Explorer usersto record web tasks or "sessions" and replay them with the click of a mouse. More...

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E-Business Essentials

E-Business Essentials

This really is an excellent overview of major topics in e-business. Don't let the title throw you; much of the content applies to online learning, including the sections on knowledge management, personalization, and collaboration. More...

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Assimilating the Web

Assimilating the Web
It reads like a typical Salon article, which is unfortunate because this item has some important points to make. Essentially: we are at a crossroads. The internet, which began with a proliferation of independent publishers, has declined to the point where only a few sites control most of the viewers. And what those sites - Microsoft and AOL, mainly - would like to do is to eliminate the competition and created a closed internet. More...

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Searching for the Library: University Home Page Design and Missing Links

Searching for the Library: University Home Page Design and Missing Links
University home pages, argues the author, are now sufficiently similar to be classed as a genre. But within this genre, many sites do not include a direct link to the university library. This reflects a devaluation of the role of libraries in the university. More...

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The Outernet Is Coming

The Outernet Is Coming
Interesting article on a rising trend - the emergence of the 'outernet.' The outernet is a connected network of computer screens, used mostly for advertising, on public display in public areas. More...

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Cool Graphics in XML

Cool Graphics in XML

Introduction to Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), an XML standard for graphics on the web. SVG is able to encode styles, transformations, animations, and more. More...

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