Eliot's Blog

Musings about HTML5 and the Web, Tablet PC, Windows, education, and esoteric arcana.

February, 2009

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About Eliot's Blog

I swear I will keep this honest, crisp, and clean. This blog will sparkle as an example for bloggers not yet born, shimmer, for students not yet studying, and rail against indignities not yet committed. But mostly, this will be the flotsam and jetsam of a programmer writer and technichal editor, a former English professor who now professes state-of-the-art computing technology, a wannabe programmer who can code up to twelve lines without debugging, and one swell cook, father, and bocce ball player. And I'll probably talk about Tablet PC, education, and Windows, too.

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    Think COBOL is Rare? Try Chorti.

    UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has released the Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger , which is intended to raise awareness about language endangerment and the need to safeguard the world’s linguistic diversity...
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    Can You "Teach" Web Design?

    This is an interesting approach: Let’s face it. Technology moves fast; academia doesn’t. So how do we teach web design and development—a subject that is constantly changing? How do we prepare our students for the real-world and for real-world expectations...
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