Wednesday, April 11, 2007

COLOURlovers :: Color Trends & Palettes

COLOURlovers :: Color Trends & Palettes: "COLOURlovers™ is a resource that
monitors and influences color trends.
COLOURlovers gives the people who use color - whether for ad campaigns,
product design, or in architectural specification - a place to check out a
world of color, compare color palettes,
submit news and comments, and
read color related articles and interviews."

Web 2.0 Colour Palette

Web 2.0 Colour Palette: "Web 2.0 is about finding new ways to interact on the internet and collaboration, at least to a certain extent. Those of us in the know realise what Web2.0 is really all about - putting things on super shiney tables and painting them with gradients and candy colours and shiny silver and stuff. Organised into 3 distinct colour groups - neutrals, muted tones and bold colours, you may recognize a few of the shades from some of your favourite Web2.0 sites. Now you can quickly and easily assemble your own colour scheme - simply choose any number of bold or muted colours, then add as many neutrals as you see fit - you'll have a Web2.0 masterpiece in no time at all!"

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The Basement Internet Show

The Basement Internet Show is relevantt o Radio 1, the Radio Practicum, and the internet/multimedia classes.

Thursday, April 05, 2007 for learning how to employ and apply stylesheets.

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Google: Nanotech Robotics Challenge

Google NanoTech robotics challenges for middle school kids. Ideas here perhaps for Invention pathway?

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Dynamic Drive: CSS Library

The CSS Library published by Dynamic Drive has scripts, styles and more for the CSS developer.

CSS Techniques Roundup

CSS Techniques Roundup is a list of 20 tips and tricks worth knowing.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Weasel Words

Weasel Words, a wiki-editorial no-no, are vague, unattributed normative assertions -- Example: "Some people say that Web 2.0 is an unnecessary buzzword." Makes a normative statement about something, vaguely attributes it to a non-specific authority -- "some people."

Thursday, December 28, 2006


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