My ifttt task tweets everytime I post a photo to Facebook.
This website is dynamic because the corner of the page responds to the movement of your ouse. When the mouse goes over the corner of the page it peels back, when you then click, it takes you to more content.
The three feeds I subscribed to were About.com Women’s Fashion,Designspiration-Everyone RSS Feed, and the audio podcast titled fitnessrocks.org.
http://scratch.mit.edu/users/roate1 <—- Link to my favorites!
Lettercat: Statements are necessary for the program to progress. Frostcube: Uses conditional statements such as, if the cube touches fire, the cube gets smaller. Bull riding: If the mouse is on the green square(true) the rider is stable, if the mouse is not(false) the rider will fall; this is a Boolean expression.
When I searched “blankets” on 4 search engines, google, yahoo, bing, and ask. I came up with 3 different top results. Bing and Yahoo both gave me blankets.com, while Ask gave me JCPenny.com. My top result for google was Amazon.com. A plausible reason for the difference in the results could be how heavy I have used each of the search engines. I use google most often so it has learned from past behavior that I often click through links to amazon when searching to purchase something off the internet. I haven’t used Bing or Yahoo for it to better direct me to a more helpful result.
Weekly Question 2: Scaling Issue
Weirdest thing I’ve seen online that I can think of at the moment.
Blockhead- The Music Scene
Originally Black and White Photos in Color