@lifebalance's Link Blog Feb - 13 17 th Nothing is impossible, because,... - Alok Rodinhood Kejriwal | Facebook @rodinhood: Nothing is impossible, because, 'impossible is nothing'. A 'Euclidean' derived thought - see - https://t.co/R2LJXDvC 16 th Intro to Parallel Programming - Udacity I'm chugging away at some excellent white tea and Unit_2 of #Udacity's Parallel programming. Life is good. https://t.co/57nMHnHw #4thR Why Learning to Fly (or Code) Is Easier Than You Think - The Atlantic “As I tweak I begin to understand, and to become less a user of all this mess than a contributor to it. ” http://t.co/J0BMZC43 #4thR Composition 1.01: How Email Can Change the Way Professors Teach - The Atlantic “It's no wonder that so many students struggle with writing: you're never really shown how to do it.” http://t.co/uJEMjBg4 Composition 1.01: How Email Can Change the Way Professors Teach - The Atlantic “‘That's what it's all about,’ he says. They rise to the level at which I'm engaging."” http://t.co/uJEMjBg4 How I Failed, Failed, and Finally Succeeded at Learning How to Code - The Atlantic “If programming is best learned in this playful, bottom-up way, why not everything else?” http://t.co/0EuzpQlw #4thR 15 th Google X Head on Moonshots: 10X Is Easier Than 10 Percent | WIRED A surprising truth: It’s often easier to make something 10X better than it is to make it 10% better. http://t.co/VboU5zUx #paradox How I Failed, Failed, and Finally Succeeded at Learning How to Code - The Atlantic “I've seen it happen. All it takes is a little hunger. You just have to want the answer.” http://t.co/0EuzpQlw #4thR How I Failed, Failed, and Finally Succeeded at Learning How to Code - The Atlantic “Instead it's an example of how something intrinsically amusing can be made into a lifeless slog.” http://t.co/0EuzpQlw #4thR How I Failed, Failed, and Finally Succeeded at Learning How to Code - The Atlantic “The AP curriculum ought to be a model for how to teach people to program.” http://t.co/0EuzpQlw #4thR 10 th 200 Million Workers Want Windows 8 Tablets, Not iPads - ReadWrite @RWW: 200 Million workers want Windows 8 tablets, not iPads http://t.co/llZlDwUL by @markhachman @AbyV: @lifebalance The second part is very interesting as well. http://t.co/yLYrjEBz Thx for sharing.. How to be brilliant every day http://t.co/QSfEGFGW http://t.co/d2UohoIG 9 th Growth Hacker is the new VP Marketing at andrewchen “The discipline of marketing is shifting from people-centric to API-centric activities” http://t.co/uHApFZZo #4thR 6 th Python gets a big data boost from DARPA | ITworld Python gets USD 3 million. http://t.co/7cwAkteq Bloom's Taxonomy - UNLV | Education Visuals | Pinterest | Blooms taxonomyForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardForwardfacebook Understanding Learning Analytics and Student Data | MindShift http://t.co/e3X6hrT2 via @pinterest 5 th Computing is *not* the third branch of science. It is the backbone of theory and experiment: http://t.co/PoHcCdA2 via @youtube #4thR 4 th The 5 Questions Every Company Should Ask Itself The 5 Questions Every Company Should Ask Itself http://t.co/ZAtoDbiw via @FastCoDesign (Some) garbage in, gold out | Michael Nielsen http://t.co/8x6BSIVG (Some) garbage in, gold out http://t.co/bTHmc8xO Open Access: a short summary | Michael Nielsen http://t.co/yKiJAzoK Open Access: a short summary http://t.co/bTHmc8xO « First ‹ Prev … 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs handshakin voidiss AutoAnnotate stelecomchennai esemee HaleAssociatio1 GervaisPack Toluwalogo11 iPhoneDevChamps haroldkip Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!