Monthly Archives: October 2012

Jennifer Pahika challenges us to “code a better government”

I have watched the “Code for America” movement with great admiration.   This movement encourages programmers to take a year off to do community service working with government.  I believe that this movement is creating a very special community of technology … Continue reading

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How to build a social networking site for free using Elgg

Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest have disrupted traditional channels of communication.   While these existing sites are useful, organizations often need to establish their own social networking platform.    Instructional designers often use services like Ning.com to … Continue reading

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