Learning coding with Crunchzilla

Source: Crunchzilla Crunchzilla is a free, web-based coding site consisting of three levels. Code monster is for preteens, Code Maven is for teens & adults, and Game Maven is the most difficult level for those 16+. The site works by selecting your level and following the directions in the speech bubble. Code goes in the […]

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Simple Sabotage Field Manual

This article first appeared in the Eduk8me newsletter. Be sure to subscribe to be the first to get articles such as this. In 1944 the CIA developed a manual on how to sabotage a workplace to be used by sympathetic citizens during World War II in occupied countries. The pamphlet was declassified in 2008, but it’s contents […]

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Have web pages read to you with per.quest

Source: per.quest | Play an Article Here’s a neat little site. After you give the site the address of a web page, you can either listen to the page content or listen while reading the page. Unfortunately, the site doesn’t highlight the text as it reads, but it works pretty well. No accounts are needed […]

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Excalidraw is another whiteboard solution

Source: Excalidraw | Hand-drawn look & feel • Collaborative • Secure I know what you’re thinking, “Ryan, haven’t you mentioned about a million whiteboard apps?” Maybe I have, but each one has their own pros and cons. Excalidraw is pretty cool, it throws you right in to a whiteboard ready for you to create. The […]

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Planning and building

Having decided you’d like to build a table, one of the first questions is likely, “How big will it be?” You’ll undoubtedly have some requirements to fulfill (must seat six, must match other furniture, must hold the weight of your annual twenty-eight-course Christmas feast, etc.) that will lead you to a rough decision. With a […]

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