This Index card system comes with a flipping deck and some wire xml files. You will able to study the vocabularies, read the definition alone, or test yourself with time limitations in 15 sec. This handy app is amazing and it can be implemented into iPhone or Androids upon request. Students who like to take the last hour to study for the test, this would be an option.
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You’ve probably heard a lot of noise in the press, blogs, twitter, etc. about HTML 5. You’ve probably also heard how its new video and animation capabilities combined with other cool HTML 5 features is going to be the death of Flash, right? As a technical evangelist for Adobe, I obviously know a lot about the capabilities of Flash, but I also have invested a lot of time getting up to speed on HTML 5 so I could fully understand the debate and separate fact from noise. I’ve been in this field long enough to see several religious technology debates come and go, so I tend to be very pragmatic when it comes to technology shifts. I’ve also learned over the years to stay very educated on key topics, deal only with facts I can confirm myself, and rely on neither marketing BS nor sensationalism in the press. Continue reading →
This is an alarm clock freeware. However, this thing takes too much memory because of the layer graphics features. So before you use it, make sure you have enough ram on your pc. OS: windows Xp, 7, vista + mem: … Continue reading →