post-mini-vacation tabsweep

I managed to stay (mostly) offline for (most of) the last week. Didn't even check RSS feeds. Here's some tabs that caught my attention while checking in over high-test caffeine this morning (in roughly-chronological order of tab-opening)… Polling in Desire2Learn's Learning Environment (mostly because of how simple adding widgets via iframe is…) Signs of Life via XKCD massive canyon buried under greenland ice sheet. dang. twitter use in the alberta government by post-sec minister impact of post-sec cuts by that same twitter-using alberta gov't minister but same minister approves of UofC operations, so there's that… red bull illume photo contest winners. [Read More]

tab sweep

An idea I first saw Tim Bray do - when he finds a bunch of interesting tabs open in his browser, he writes a "tab sweep" post to share the links, and why they're interesting. I think it's a good idea. So, here are a few tabs that got opened up during my lunch-hour RSS feed reading… via Stephen: Google Entices Mobile Developers To Its Cloud With Kinvey The full stack required to deploy stuff is surprisingly/insanely complex: [Read More]