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In Search of Creativity

“You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.”

Robin Williams

Testing season is in full swing.  So are snow days, cold days, and ice days.   493 more words


HTML5Apps at MWC'15

The HTML5Apps/W3C team is present at the Mobile World Congress 2015. Dominique Hazaël-Massieux is on-site at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain, from Monday 2 through Thursday 5 March 2015. 120 more words


New Learning Environments through Technology

Due to the fast growing pace of technology, learning environment now is better equipped and more connected. However, there still exists a difference between regions and distance between social or national classes. 243 more words

Learning Log

Myth: Standards kill creativity

Standards are one of those simple things that, for some reason, are easily misused. Maybe because they are simple, some don’t take them seriously. However they are serious stuff and definitely one of the building blocks of improvement. 312 more words


Which One of Standardization or Customization Works the Best When It Comes to Online Marketing?

Read  full  paper  at:http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=53900#.VNsFUCzQrzE

Online marketing has influenced the consumers all around the world. This opens up a way for the small enterprises to enter the international market and enjoy the benefits like the MNCs located in different parts of the world. 874 more words

8 Predictions Shaping the Future Healthcare Supply Chain

As the healthcare industry continues to change, organizations are seeking new ways to remove waste, cut costs and improve patient care. Healthcare supply chain provider, Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) recently spoke with a select group of customers, from large and mid-sized hospitals to some of the biggest suppliers in the world, for their perspectives on how the supply chain will help usher in healthcare transformation and its role in the coming two decades.



An Observation. Of Standardized Tests.

Standardized testing, in its uses and effects, closely resembles eugenics. Similar, too, is the rhetoric that promotes them both.

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