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Sunday!

October 28, 2018

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Whereas, my well-tagged adding video got visits and average watch time was over a minute (whole thing is 2:04)… absolute value is way ahead of everybody else… it’s also well tagged including the word “khan.”    Time for an experiment 🙂 … also awash in cool resources.   New York’s  TABE concepts  is a good summary, although […]

More lynda.com

October 1, 2016

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Oh, I’ll paste that too long to read thing to a drive document and just say … I MISS CODING!!!!   It tastes good.    

It works it works it works ;)

February 8, 2015

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Okay, I’m not *quite* sure why… but I changed a constructor and my “draw the array this-away” did that! It’s a Java application because that Java II class assignment from hades last year was enough like what I want to do so I used it as a template.  THe minor miracle was reconstructing a design […]

Natural Selection Geekasm

January 7, 2015

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I wouldn’t have attended this session — Use This One Easy Trick To Make Your Class Better! — because … I’m not faculty so I don’t have classes.   However, shortly before the fire alarms ended our beginning-of-semester talk, the description changed my mind — the Distance and Virtual Learning guys were trying to encourage […]

Day 3 and four

March 27, 2013

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Note to self:   check email on those days off!   Friday and Monday college was closed (for spring break/public safety tactical training and Foot Of Snow, respectively, which is down to about two inches today ’cause that late March sun is a heck of a lot stronger than the dead of winter one, which […]

httpRequest…

March 25, 2013

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So I got inspired to spend oh, two weeks going back to JavaScript to see about making some simple quizzes.   I found nifty stuff with Jquery but I figure I’d have to figure out AJAX too, to do it right… and JSON and JQuery and… … and I can’t get even the most basickest […]

javascript homework

October 1, 2012

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I skipped class last week. Sometimes church and school conflict… … this week’s work has three parts. Part one, the “basic,” took me about 3 hours to figure out.   Then it took another 45 minutes to do over because the file got erased. Since I was practicing what worked, I figured that was a blessing […]