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Dropbox Review | Macworld - 0 views

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    One of the most popular bits of code around the Macworld offices is Dropbox . We've made videos about it, we've written about how to get more out of it, we've reviewed programs that take advantage of it, and we've even given it an Eddy award. But we've never reviewed Dropbox itself. So with Dropbox 1.0 for Mac officially released, it's about time we did. And given that it's free (more on that below), it's about as good a candidate for Mac Gems as there is.
Peter Beens

Using Diigo in the Classroom - Student Learning with Diigo - 0 views

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    Diigo is a powerful information capturing, storing, recalling and sharing tool. Here are just a few of the possibilities with Diigo
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Learn to Code: The Full Beginner's Guide (Javascript) - 0 views

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    If you've been looking to learn how to code, we can help you get started. Here are 4.5 lessons on the basics and extra resources to keep you going.
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Analysis: World of Goo's iPad Launch - 0 views

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    In the first month of sales on the iPad App Store, World of Goo sold 125k copies (thanks to being prominently featured by Apple). ...
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Review - NimbleKit Review | MacNN - 0 views

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    Nimble Kit provides a project template for Xcode that makes it easy to set up the basics for a new application. NimbleKit has a few limitations, but it is an attractive option if you want to develop a simple application.
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Watson plays 'Jeopardy!' well, but what else can it do? - USATODAY.com - 0 views

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    Watson, the IBM computer created to be a champ-challenging contestant on Jeopardy!, chewed up and spat out humanity's finest knights of trivia Wednesday night in a $77,147 drubbing of past record winners Ken Jennings ($24,000 total) and Brad Rutter ($21,600).
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Ruby for kids - 0 views

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    With Ruby, and the gosu gem you can do it. It is fairly easy to get going. And if you follow our screencasts, you can have a game going in minutes!
    Also, take a look at our recent Show and Tell to get some ideas of the games that can be built by beginners. Have fun!
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