Free HTML 5 Curriculum for Professors and life long learners!

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  • sigh... Kill me now... Third time is the charm? (Please kill those other two comments if you get a chance)

    In looking at the content in the zip's, it looks like it's the same stuff as found in this post? <a href="blogs.msdn.com/.../new-html-5-and-css-six-complete-lessons.aspx">New! HTML 5 and CSS: Six Complete Lessons</a>

  • Greg, good point, Randy writes that blog and has a certain audience.  He and I work together and I simply posted the zip files with some comments.

    Randy is my teammate here in the West and had ask me to post these.  Thank you for pointing that out.

    Are you going to use them?

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