So, after much fanfare and hard work, the moment of truth has arrived: you are ready to share your Scratch 2.0 project with the world. How do we go about this?
Well, by the end of this hour, you’ll know everything you need to know to put your Scratch project on the World Wide Web, making it available for play that anyone who has an Internet connection, a web browser, and the Adobe Flash Player plug-in installed in that browser.
In addition to learning the actual click-through procedures for sharing and unsharing your project, will also spend quite a bit of time understanding in implementing the basics of Netiquette, the online variety of traditional etiquette.
We must always remember that the Scratch community ...