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A pile of programming books

We all love learning new things, and I love learning them from books. Why do I like books so much, and are they still useful in the Internet era? What does the future hold for the humble printed reference book?

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Screenshots of different Apple devices displaying the Hicksdesign website

The web can be flexible and adaptive but more often than not sites are rigid and static. Responsive web design is a group of techniques that bring us closer to writing once and deploying everywhere.

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catburger

Instead of reading pages of facts and figures, why not grab a coffee and pull out an infographic? I don’t mean a page of pie and bar charts—find something with an epic colour scheme, graphic art and if possible, at least one meme reference.

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If you think maintaining your privacy is a problem in the real world, and with the proliferation of CCTV you’d have a point, it’s nothing compared to online. Whether Google monitoring your search history, your ISP tracking the sites you visit, or Facebook monitoring, well, near enough everything, if you do something online…

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