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  1. #11

    Re: Pdf

    For Firefox you could use Scrapbook, it works well including flash:
    http://amb.vis.ne.jp/mozilla/scrapbook/

    Regards,
    Dan.

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    Re: Pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by SWL
    I can create a portable version of these (and have) - but i'm not sure if Gary would like these to be shared ?
    The course at this stage is a work in progress. Consider it similar to an "open source" project. As we go through lessons, and various educators and learners comment, the content may modify, be amplified, brought up to date or be supplemented.

    Perhaps after the course is finished there can be a portable version.

    Gary Garritan

  3. #13

    Re: Pdf

    @Chris:

    I don't think I would like to have this info posted as a Wiki. This is supposed to be a definitive text, and letting anyone edit it would reduce its credibility. (I could go in and change something that I disagree with, for example, in spite of the fact that I'm totally unqualified)

    Not that I don't love Wikis. In fact, I'm using Wikipedia to look up the things I don't know in this course

  4. #14

    Re: Pdf

    With safari, you can save as and specify web archive and get all the media and text in a single file per lesson. What could be easier.

  5. #15

    Re: Pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan H.
    For Firefox you could use Scrapbook, it works well including flash:
    http://amb.vis.ne.jp/mozilla/scrapbook/

    Regards,
    Dan.

    This is quite helpful.
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  6. #16

    Re: Pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by savanttrigger
    I don't think I would like to have this info posted as a Wiki. This is supposed to be a definitive text, and letting anyone edit it would reduce its credibility. (I could go in and change something that I disagree with, for example, in spite of the fact that I'm totally unqualified)
    I'd say that this is actually a good argument for a wiki. I don't know that "unqualified" is an appropriate concept here, since many things are matters of opinion, and in such casees, everyone's opinion is potentially valuable. Besides, if you make an error, the next guy can correct it. Perhaps we shouldn't only have a wiki, but a wiki can be a valuable adjunct to anything else we have.
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