From the Guardian:
The issue, it seems, boils down to two things – does a reader own an ebook, or the licence to read an ebook?
What answer makes the most sense for schools?
Or does it simply come down to the dollars?
I am not, by any means, a capable coder. I can put together some basic scripts, but nothing complex. A complete novice in other words.
But I like to try and figure things out.
Which is why this observation from the Atlantic made me nod my head in agreement (“The Real Reason Silicon Valley Coders Write [...]
Numbers tell stories*. The difficulty is in getting them to do so in a way that humans understand.
A side project (feasible?) I’m currently working on for work is a functional, real time data dashboard. In my mind I can picture the end result of a dashboard that serves up relevant and understandable data that [...]
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