Praise: Rev Documentation to the rescue

Judy Perry jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Mon Jul 25 22:00:05 CDT 2005


Okay <big smile>...

and, of course, _everybody_ knows what DMOZ is, right?  Not just real
geeks?

@;-)

Judy

On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, Richard Gaskin wrote:

> Judy Perry wrote:
> > I suspect it's not likely that they're inclined
> > to go looking all over etherspace to find the various (good) and scattered
> > information, books, e-books, tutorials, video, conference stacks, etc.
> > etc.
>
> All the more reason to make sure Rev-related sites are included in the
> DMOZ listing:
>
> <http://dmoz.org/Computers/Programming/Languages/Transcript/>
>
> DMOZ feeds most major search engines and is the world's largest
> hand-edited directory.  While no panacea, it helps folks find what
> they're looking for.
>
> >  RevOnline is only usable for those already in the inner sanctum (and
> > those NOT on dial-up I suspect).
>
> While I agree with your larger point and find little value in teaching
> abstract concepts like code using concrete expressions like video, it's
> worth noting for those of us who make 'net apps that broadband has
> outpaced dial-up in the US and the UK.
>
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>   Richard Gaskin
>   Fourth World Media Corporation
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