A Semi-Daily Advocate of the Modern School, Industrial Unionism, and
Can anyone even remember Web 1.0 anymore? Seriously?
Funny you mention this - I was writing a lesson plan for high school students to create web pages. It's a commonly requested skill, and I want kids to be able to create webpages instead of write papers (in some classes). I realized the idea of a webpage that doesn't do anything is absurd to these kids. A static webpage is virtually unthinkable. So now, in addition to basic HTML, they are learning jquery, and we use a CMS that makes adding interactive features easy. We are also covering basic PHP.
I do... our filtering product reminds me daily of how filtering technology was a less horrible fit for the Web 1.0 days. Today it possibly teeters toward the edge of useless.
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