A list of online (mostly free) publications that support DT & HM (Computational Thinking and Design and Development of Digital Outcomes) Computational Thinking Beanz Magazine: a bi-monthly online and print magazine about learning to code, computer science, and how we use technology in our daily lives. Computer Science for Fun magazine concentrates on the fun side… Continue reading Computational Thinking Magazines
I really enjoyed reading (and watching) the post by Adam Koszary “Historic GIFs wot I did”. He spent a year making animated GIFs out of the libraries’ centuries-old collection for their social media accounts.
deepwoods_creatures_5, originally uploaded by Mouse.
A list of typography related groups on Flickr that keeps track of what’s out there. Thought I’d share it.
I love the concept of Gen”C” (C for Creation) for its all-inclusiveness, group-hug mentality. …so it’s mainly a teen phenomenon: “American teenagers today are utilizing the interactive capabilities of the internet as they create and share their own media creations. Fully half of all teens and 57% of teens who use the internet could be… Continue reading Generation “C”
I’m sitting here now writing as a self acknowledged “Baby Bust”er, but what else am I? A number of my fellows in the staffroom have recently discovered Generation ‘Y’, via a Readers Digest article (!), and I can only imagine the glazed-over look if I tried to explain Generation ‘C’.Netizen / NetGen (“DotNet” generation) as… Continue reading Rock Buster!
I attended TUANZ’07 in Rotorua. I didn’t blog the workshops or the keynote by Miguel Guhlin. That’s a skill I still have to work on, although the necessity to pre-purchase network access via the local networks didn’t help either. I suppose I kind of admire those who can; although the two to my left who… Continue reading TUANZ ’07