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11 Reasons Why Flickr, Not Facebook, Is the Place to Put Your Photos Xconomy National — What’s the best way to put your pictures on the Internet these days? There are at least two answers to that question. If you’re just asking which photo sharing service is the most popular, then Facebook is the hands-down winner.

40 Killer Cheat Sheets for WordPress Developers 16inShare Developing a WordPress theme from scratch does not have to be difficult. But you do need to know about various technologies to build a sophisticated theme. It is very much the same case if you are interested in heavily modifying your existing theme. These cheat sheets should help you get a refresher on some of these web technologies. public void applyToJob(Developer you) { if (you.knows(JAVA + SPRING + FREEMARKER) && you.knows(MYSQL + CASSANDRA) && you.knows(HTML5 + JQUERY) && you.location.equals("BUENOS AIRES - ARGENTINA")) { mailService.sendMail("", "I'm the guy you're looking for", "/user/cv.doc"); } }

DEN Blog Network » Fall VirtCon 2010 Many thanks to all of you that attended our Fall Virtual Conference! And in particular, a huge thank you to each of our amazing Leadership Council members that organized in-person events for all of you to attend! Schedule: It’s Not the Technology, It’s the Education Gail Lovely Web 2.0 tools are cool. iPads, cell phones, netbooks, Flip cameras, and computers are too. But technology for technology’s sake isn’t always the most efficient way to reach our students. Learn how to choose the right tools to achieve the desired outcomes of increasing student learning.

Native HTML5 Drag and Drop Introduction For years, we've been using libraries like JQuery and Dojo to simplify complex UI elements like animations, rounded corners, and drag and drop. There's no doubt, eye-candy is important for making rich, immersive experiences on the web. Are Your Photos Safe Online? Maybe Not on Flickr February 15, 2013 Norman - Storing your photographs on the internet is both convenient and sensible. Uploading pictures to a photo sharing site – like Flickr – means that you can easily share them with friends and family, while also providing a safe back-up of your files should the worst happen to your computer. But can you really trust these sites with your private photos? A recent problem with Flickr highlighted just how precarious storing any information on the internet can be. A simple error in Flickr’s code – so nothing to do with its users or hackers – meant that some users’ private photos became public for as long as 20 days.

Preparing the Basic Structure - Spontaneous ∂erivation Wiki Notes The structure for ePub is more strict than for Mobipocket or, indeed, many other ebook formats. Here’s a step-by-step guide. Free tools to create comic strips Creating cartoons and comic strips for educational uses can be quite interesting task. It obviously pushes the reluctant students to participate more and rub the dust off their brains. Students love to work in groups and compete with each other especially when there are motivating incentives for them. One of these incentives is the integration of comic strips into parts of your lesson.

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