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Cole Camplese

Designing a big news site is about more than beauty » Nieman Journalism Lab »... - 2 views

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    Lessons for the TLT website?
Elizabeth Pyatt

.Coke? .Nike? Internet Minders OK Big Change for Domain Names Read more: http://www.fo... - 2 views

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    A huge change in how domain names can be created
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    I've honestly wondered how long it was going to take until we moved past the URI as the way to get to websites ... sort of reminds me of the evolution behind how we call someone -- from having to use the operator, to various forms of phone numbers, to Skype, and FaceTime names. Interesting stuff.
bkozlek

Hype - 0 views

  • Using Hype, you can create beautiful HTML5 web content. Animations and interactive content made with Hype work on desktops, smartphones and iPads. No coding required.
Cole Camplese

What's next in Web design? Forget mobile formats. - TNW Design and Dev - 2 views

  • This is undoubtedly a good idea, but it’s not the full picture of what needs to happen. What’s the answer? Rather than having different sites for each format, the way forward is to have designs that work equally as well on a tablet/touch format as they do on your laptop.
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    While about web design this is a look into how we need to think about designing learning online.
Robin Smail

Create Your Own Wiki with the WordPress Wiki Plugin - Now Available for Free | WordPres... - 2 views

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    I'll definitely be trying this plugin in my WordPress blog. You know, just as soon as I get it set up...
Cole Camplese

"In the Plex" Exposes Internal Google Conflicts and Machinations | Liz Gannes | Network... - 3 views

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    Have you read the book yet? I downloaded it, but haven't had a chance yet. Looks very interesting. We thought about Levy a couple of years ago as a potential keynote speaker for the Symposium.
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    "Files are so 1990," said Pichai. "I don't think we need files anymore."
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