[ANN] revJournal articles
soapdog at mac.com
Sun May 30 17:35:52 CDT 2004
On Apr 23, 2004, at 1:41 AM, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
> I have recently posted two articles to revJournal
> <http://www.revjournal.com/> which may be of interest.
> The first is a tutorial showing how to use Revolution to download
> information from a web page, format it and use it as an interface to
> further web pages. The examples creates a reader for MacAddict forums,
> which was inspired by an article in a recent MacAddict magazine
> showing how to do the same thing using RealBasic.
> The latest article shows how to use Script Colorization and formatting
> to detect script errors. This may be especially useful for beginners
> or recent converts from another language.
> I don't usually announce such things on the list, but revJournal has
> gone a bit quiet lately, so after some encouragement from Richard
> Gaskin, I decided to try and "rev" things up a bit :-)
Do you know that I am printing those nice articles and making my own
printed Body of Knowledge uahahah... I've got a small Yellow cabinet
next to my bad. Inside it there are folder with labels like:
"Articles", "Codes", "Insights", "Network related", "GUI Related",
"Algorithm related" and so on... I print them, file them and burn text
CDs (those tiny miniCDs) and put them all in my Yellow Cabinet of
Code!!!! It's not the best way to do stuff, but it's getting pretty!!!!
All your articles are there: the tutorial on macaddict is filed under:
"Good Examples" and the colorization is under "Codes" they are also
burned in April backup miniCD.
This yellow cabinet thing is good for making things feel real. When
you're working to much with laptops and abstract codes you lose the
sense of reality. I like sitting on my bed and browsing by hand the
cabinet and reading the article on paper....
Cheers on your articles Sarah!
> sarahr at genesearch.com.au
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Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004 ð BRAZIL
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