The Library of Congress has listed a number of courses and workshops, including free online ones, in digital preservation. This looks like a good page to bookmark.
There are innocent people who’ve copied a script to produce a Web page effect, and there are less innocent people who find it convenient to delude them with the notion that that’s what programming is. The web page for HTML5 for Dummies declares: “HTML is the predominant programming language used to create Web pages.” If you can believe that, you’re part of the target audience of the title.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here. One reason is that I’ve been working on a book proposal and gotten a favorable preliminary response from a publisher. Hopefully I’ll have good news to announce here soon.
In the meantime, I’m using Google+ and enjoying it. If you want to find me, I’m here. I wouldn’t mind connecting up with other people in the digital preservation world.