Linking Language and Thinking with Code

Welcome to the shiny new computing portion of L&T! Hope you like HTML (and if not, that you like learning new skills). Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is used to create websites, and is quite easy to learn. Through these activities, you'll learn enough to make your own website and create a network of sites in your classroom.

Make sure you register for a JSBin account using your bard email address.

Then try clicking on the button on the top right of the screen, where it says "Edit in JS Bin"! It should look like this:


These activities use excerpts from Vannevar Bush's essay on the Memex, "As We May Think." If you feel so inclined, go ahead and use other excerpts of your choice or even some other text from the anthology that you find interesting!
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HTML Freewrite: Use your skills to create your own website!

If you're getting stuck, check out these additional resources:

For some more Web 1.0 websites, check out this list of 23 Web Sites that haven't changed since the 90's.