Holistic Learning - How to Study Better

Holistic Learning – How to Study Better

Like anyone I’m interested in how I can “optimize” my time learning about new concepts in web development, programming languages, etc. Especially, since graduating, where the “traditional” studying is no longer part of my daily routine, I started to wonder what could help me be more “efficient” when learning about new things…that’s when I read …

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Integrating FitVids.js into WordPress

Responsive web design is on the rise and so is responsive images and videos. FitVids.js is a lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for fluid width video embeds. Chris Coyer from CSS-Tricks did a screencast on how to integrate this into your WordPress installation. I recently did the same thing and posted a comment on Chris’ article, …

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Change Title Text of WordPress Tag Cloud Links

As of WordPress Version 2.3 the wp_tag_cloud() function is available to developers which will display a list of tags, where the size of each tag is determined by how many times that particular tag has been assigned. The default title text for tag cloud links has the following format ‘%s topic’, ‘%s topics’ (where %s is the number of times the tag has been assigned). The function parameter topic_count_text_callback will allow you to override the default title tag function in WordPress.

Youth Forum 2009

ITU 2009 Youth Forum Declaration

The 2009 ITU Telecom World Youth Forum has served as platform for the development of global network of youth that truly want to make a difference in the future of information and communication technologies (ICTs).

Lessons For The Corporate World From The Animal Kingdom

On Monday October 6 the Youth Forum fellows at this year’s ITU Telecom World in Geneva didn’t only have the great honor to meet with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to kick-off the “Connect a School, Connect a Community” initiative. We also had the great pleasure to enjoy a refreshing speech by Singapore’s Acting Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts (Mica) Lui Tuck Yew’s over our lunch.

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