I’ve just found some YouTube clips by thenewboston in which he explains how to program in Java. I didn’t watch them, but I took a look at some of them. Seems to be very easy to understand. He starts right from the beginning (that means: how do I install Java?) explains basic concepts like variables, [...]
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#32: Coal, Steam, and The Industrial Revolution A list Here is the YouTube Playlist: #1: The Agricultural Revolution #2: Indus Valley Civilization – Wikipedia #3: Mesopotamia #4: Ancient Egypt #5: The Persians & Greeks #6: Buddha and Ashoka #7: 2,000 Years of Chinese History! The Mandate of Heaven and Confucius #8: Alexander the Great and [...]
Go to the Game: Flags on Kongregate Task: Say which country the shown flag belongs to. How to play: Click on on of the 4 – 5 countries. My Record: 40 Flags and 12662 points.
Go to the Game: Globetrotter XL on Kongregate Task: Find a city on a map How to play: You’re given the name of a city and its country and a map. In the first levels this map has borders, but no names of countries or cities. In the later levels even the borders are not [...]
Hier ist ein Spiel, bei dem man die Länder der Erde eingeben muss. Es ist schon erschreckent, wie viele weiße Flecken hier sind. Punktzahl 26. Juli 2012 You scored 54/196 = 28%. This beats or equals 21.1% of test takers. The average score is 93. Viele afrikanische Länder sind mir unbekannt. Habt ihr schon mal [...]
Duolingo is a great online protal for learning new languages online. They currently support German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian and Chinese. Here is a short explanation of Duolingo: The inventor of duolingo, Luis von Ahn, did also a great TED-Talk in which he explains the concepts: Now some screenshots to give you a feeling what [...]