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TiddlyWiki in Action - A showcase of TiddlyWikis used creatively around the world

TiddlyWiki in Action - A showcase of TiddlyWikis used creatively around the world

TiddlyWiki A standard edit dialog on a tiddler TiddlyWiki is an open-source single page application wiki. A single HTML file contains CSS, JavaScript, and the content. The content is divided into a series of components, or Tiddlers. A user is encouraged to read a TiddlyWiki by following links rather than sequentially scrolling down the page. Tiddlers[edit] TiddlyWiki content is divided into a series of components called tiddlers. <div title="Tiddlers" modifier="John Smith" created="200811132220" modified="200811132225" changecount="3" tags="wikipedia section example code"><pre>TiddlyWiki content is divided into a ... Plugins[edit] File saving[edit] A TiddlyWiki opened from a file URI may save changes made back to the original file using one of the following techniques: formerly the Mozilla File I/O [2] under the control of the UniversalXPConnect per-file preferences [3] for Mozilla Firefox. Applications[edit] TiddlyWiki has been used as a Software framework to build specialisations. History[edit]

Tree of Life Web Project The Tree of Life Web Project (ToL) is a collaborative effort of biologists and nature enthusiasts from around the world. On more than 10,000 World Wide Web pages, the project provides information about biodiversity, the characteristics of different groups of organisms, and their evolutionary history (phylogeny). Each page contains information about a particular group, e.g., salamanders, segmented worms, phlox flowers, tyrannosaurs, euglenids, Heliconius butterflies, club fungi, or the vampire squid. ToL pages are linked one to another hierarchically, in the form of the evolutionary tree of life.

Construire son propre apprentissage en ligne : vers les MOOC perso ? Apprendre c’est parcourir un chemin. Enseigner c’est tracer un chemin pour que quelqu’un apprenne. Dans les deux cas l’objectif est double : connaissances et compétences. Aller vers la connaissance c’est transformer de l’information pour la rendre utile et utilisable pour soi. Aller vers la compétence, c’est utiliser ses propres ressources internes (dont les connaissances) ou les ressources externes accessibles (donc les informations et les savoirs) pour réaliser des tâches complexe, concrètes ou abstraites. En simplifiant ainsi les choses, nous essayons de comprendre ce qui se passe en ce moment du fait du développement de l’information, communication, automatisation basé sur le numérique. Ce que les MOOC ou les classes inversées tentent de nous dire repose sur le constat que n’importe qui, ayant envie d’apprendre, a désormais la possibilité de le faire grâce à internet. En fait dans les salles de classe ou dans les amphis cela émerge de temps à autres. A suivre et à débattre

TiddlyWiki - Wiki Un simple fichier HTML (avec une pincée de CSS et un gros morceau de javascript dedans tout de même), voilà le drôle de « jeu de puces » [1] que Jeremy Ruston a déposé sur le Web en septembre 2004. C’est avant tout un wiki personnel. Pour l’utiliser, il faut juste un navigateur Web moderne [2], supportant les CSS, avec javascript activé. L’édition du contenu est typique d’un wiki, avec la création très simple de nouvelles entrées par l’utilisation de MotsWiki servant d’hyperliens. C’est ici qu’intervient la véritable nouveauté du procédé de navigation : le lecteur choisit les entrées qu’il veut voir affichées et il construit littéralement sa page, exactement selon ses besoins, dans l’ordre qui lui convient, de manière non linéaire par rapport à la création, en sautant d’entrée en entrée. Tout cela, rappelons-le, dans un unique fichier HTML... Avec cette troisième version, sortie fin avril 2005 [5], les possibilités de mise en forme ont été sensiblement améliorées.

We Don't Like "Projects" So I recently quit my job and started my own school with the support of a local media company, the second largest school district in Iowa, and a groundswell of community interest. Our philosophy boils down to a fairly liberal project-based learning environment. As I began the marketing push to enroll students, I uncovered some frankly stunning assumptions that many students have about learning: The word "project" is not a happy word. When I say project-based learning, most students grimace as they imagine prescribed PowerPoints.If a teacher doesn't plan it, it's not learning.If there isn't a test, it wasn't real.Their personal interests cannot inform their learning. I'm not complaining -- in fact, these assumptions are the reason that I struck out on my own in the first place -- but I was flat-out surprised by their ubiquity. Let’s break each assumption down. 1. In short, we seem to have students who believe that projects are for assessment purposes only. 2. 3. 4.

Article - les lois de la gestion du temps Nous avons beau rédiger nos planning en heures de travail, nous sommes forcés de constater qu’une heure de travail ne ressemble pas à une autre. Outre la nature de l’activité, plusieurs facteurs entrent en jeu : le stress, le plaisir, l’apprentissage, l’enrichissement personnel que l’on en tire, le niveau d’énergie, la frustration ou l’insatisfaction. En fait ce n’est pas tant la quantité de temps passée qui compte mais sa qualité. Comment s’organiser de façon à tirer le meilleur de chacune de nos heures de travail? 1. En 1949, Edouard A. Depuis, cette loi est généralement exprimée par : “si quelque chose peut mal tourner, alors cette chose finira infailliblement par mal tourner”. 2. En 1951, Sune Carlson constata dans une étude sur le travail des managers qu’ils étaient interrompus en moyenne toutes les vingt minutes. Il en tira la loi des séquences homogènes, selon laquelle “une tâche effectuée en continu demande moins de temps et d’énergie qu’une tâche réalisée en plusieurs fois”.

blog before you think!: TiddlyWiki Mania Jeremy Ruston's absolutely fabulous TiddlyWiki triggered quite a few interventions recently. Here is a list of wikis I stumbled upon that adapt/extend/enhance/build upon it: ZiddlyWiki by Tim Morgan [ZiddlyWiki] provides server-side storage of the wiki (tiddler) content by combining the power of TiddlyWiki with Zope.ZiddlyWiki is unique from other TW adaptations (I think) since it doesn't modify any of the TiddlyWiki code; it just overrides specific JavaScript functions to achieve the desired result. All the overridden code is provided in a separate JavaScript file, and the original TiddlyWiki empty.html file is uploaded into Zope unmodified. Zope is an open source content management framework based on Python, so an average dummy webhost might not support it (mine doesn't), but if yours does: ZiddlyWiki has a some more cool features: TiddlyWikiRemote by Dan Phiffer this one adds:ServerSide saving of Tiddlers (via RSS)SaveHistory - previous revisions of the tiddlers can be restored

Monster Set of FREE Resources for Game Design I’ve been around the game development arena for so many years now that it actually hurts if i try to think back too far , it’s always been as a hobbyist working on a string budget (and sometimes I couldn’t afford the string) so I always had to make best use of what I had and everything else, well, lets just say it’s been fun. One thing that has piled up over the years is my massive collection of links to FREE (or nearly free) resources to help out those building games, some are assets, others are the best samples of free tutorials to either build your own or craft simple items in to much much more. **Note – in the land of hunting for FREE do not think because it uses the word “free” that it has no restrictions, check the license (most just want attribution or mention). So without much todo and very little formatting here’s the first drop (so many links, takes time to go through them), all work (Checked as of 22 August 2013). Enjoy for now

Portail - sites sur la gestion du temps a TiddlySpace 10 Great Tools to Integrate with your Google Docs Since Google officially changed Google Docs name to Google Drive and a number of updates have been introduced to improve its overall performance. One very recent update is an increase of cloud storage capacity to 15GB usable across Gmail, Drive, and Google Plus. It is quite obvious that Google is trying to outsmart its immediate competitor Dropbox and I think Google is successful in its strategy so far. To make Google Drive stand out from the crowd, Google opened it to apps developers and allowed users to select from a wide variety of web apps to integrate into their Google Drive accounts. With the integration of these apps, users can now handle their files and documents ways not affordable by any other cloud storage tool out there. I have curated for you some interesting apps that are integrated into Google Drive and which you can install right from your Google Drive interface. Here is a list of some great apps to use with your Google Drive : 1- WeVideo 2- PicMonkey 3- Google Forms app

Site - articles divers sur la gestion du temps pour managers tbGTD - desk The Evernote Business Essentials If you’re an Evernote Business user, consider this essential list of the best apps that will help you automate tasks, communicate more efficiently, and have effective meetings. Take a look at our Evernote Business Essentials list and see what these apps can do for your work. Feedly With Feedly you can organize, read and save articles from your favorite sites into Evernote.Available on: Android, Android Tablet, iPad, iPhone, and Web UberConference The ultimate, free visual phone conferencing system that is designed to let you share Evernote notes during calls.Available on: Web Zapier Auto-magically connect hundreds of web services with Evernote to help automate and streamline your workflow.Available on: Web CloudMagic Creating a note from your email only takes a single tap with CloudMagic, the email app that connects to your Evernote account.Available on: Android, Android Tablet, iPad, iPhone MohioMap Visualize, navigate, and explore your Evernote content.Available on: Web