COMP1710 Tools for New Media and the Web
"List 5 ANU building by their number (108 for instance), in decreasing
To do outside the lectures
Readings : Chapter 8 (pp 155 to 169) of "Unusally useful web
book" : Understanding Design Technologies.
Be critical of what you read : some part are outdated, especially
about frames !
Use online bookmark managers
"Two of Canberra's leading interactive players have announced a competition
sure to intrigue the region's amateur and professional game programmers and
artists. Seeing Machines and the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE)
are hosting a competition to develop ideas into working examples of how new
'eye toy' type technology can be used to enhance interaction in games."
More at <http://www.tomw.net.au/screenact/2006/03/cutting-edge-games-competition-public.html>.
Tom Worthington, Director of Communications Technologies (The Australian Computer
TIME: 16:00:00 - 17:00:00
LOCATION: CSIT Seminar Room, N101
Podcasting is the distribution of media files using web based syndication to
handheld devices. Tom Worthington will outline how it works, discuss some of
the public policy issues it raises and ask for input to the ACS's policy on
digital broadcasting. To the IT professional, Podcasting is a simple application
XML technology to digitized audio (the ANU already supplies students with the
digital audio of lectures). However, while technically simple, podcasting raises
public policy issues: is it broadcasting? how and should it be regulated? how
and who makes money from it?
Tom Worthington is an independent information technology consultant and Visiting
Fellow in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering and Information
Technology at the Australian National University. He is Director of Communications
Technologies for the Australian Computer Society, and was elected a Fellow of
the Society in 1999 for his contribution to the development of public Internet
Labs : From This week new way to submit your work :
Mail without attachment
Upload on a web site
About previous lab
Submissions should be self contained
(I found lots of broken links pointing towards a page in a previous lab ...)
<a href="../LAB2_U3011436/demo.html">Go to non-CSS version</a>
No more "font" tags ...
Some confusion between class type selector and tag type selector
font-family: Arial, san-serif;
<Header1>This is the demo Page</Header1>
No need for " &
... nbsp; " thanks to CSS ...
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