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Slides for a Hackasaurus workshop demonstrating the Web X-Ray Goggles.

Slides for a Hackasaurus workshop demonstrating the Web X-Ray Goggles.

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    Hackasaurus: How to Hack the Web Hackasaurus: How to Hack the Web Presentation Transcript

    • HOW TO HACK THE WEBANNA DEBENHAM
    • http://goo.gl/GSSF
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/diathesis/402716933
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/7200789@N06/3337285625/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lomoholga/3472301712
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/36437299@N00/4457474930/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/muteboy/2843922972 http://www.flickr.com/photos/npj/4783210852
    • • 2002:(age 18) Matt contributes to some blogging software code. • 2003: Forks the code and starts building Wordpress. • 2004: Writes the first Microformats. • 2005: Matt is old enough to drink in his country.Matt MullenwegPhoto by kris krügfrom http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/ • 2011:4.47% of sites on the internet98025271 are running Wordpress.
    • Ofsted report on the importance of ICT“Schools do not challenge sufficiently the value of deploying a setof adult productivity tools to help pupils and students develop their ICT capability.” “Over-reliance on a standard ‘office’ application and operating system restricted their opportunities to develop generic and transferable skills.” “…students met a greater variety of software and were better equipped to cope with rapidly changing technologies.”http://goo.gl/k64K
    • “We need school curricula to engage them better if the next generation are to engineer technology and not just consume it”Professor Matthew Harrison, Director of Education at The RoyalAcademy of Engineering
    • http://scrunchup.com
    • http://hackasaurus.org
    • Let’s hack the web
    • X
    • http://hackasaurus.org/goggles
    • View > ToolbarsView > Show Bookmarks BarTools > Always Show Bookmarks
    • R to remix I to inspect T to tear it outESC to exit
    • Publish and share your hack http://htmlpad.org/
    • Grab some HTML Snippets http://hackasaurus.org/ hackbook/