Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-01-29
- Why School Reform Is Impossible
“…before the computer could change School, School changed the computer.”
just getting the original quote
- Tilt.js – A tiny parallax tilt effect for jQuery
- The high-tech war on science fraud | Science | The Guardian
The comparison is apt. The exposure of fraud directly threatens the special claim science has on truth, which relies on the belief that its methods are purely rational and objective. As the congressmen warned scientists during the hearings, “each and every case of fraud serves to undermine the public’s trust in the research enterprise of our nation”.
- OU Create Thus Far (2016) – Adam Croom
This post, a sort of end-of-the-year wrap up, is a step towards trying to pull together a better aggregated story as to what has and is happening with OU Create–though it’s really only a start. Yes, it still leans on metrics, but please don’t get distracted by those too much. They are merely a tool that serves as an anchor. Below the numbers I’ve linked to relevant blog posts, which I’m personally more interested in. I’d rather build towards stories and relationships than numbers. But numbers do make it easy to build an infographic… So one of those is at the bottom too.
- List: Tips for Staying Calm and Relaxed in 2017 – McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
Put a quarter in a brightly colored jar every time someone mentions 1984. At end of day treat self to new boat.
- How to Create Direction-Aware CSS-Only Hover Effects by Gabrielle Wee on CodePen