UPDATE 2: Finally got round to a few fixes. Still can't figure out the medal, though.
UPDATE: The medal can't be unlocked at the moment. I'll try to figure out the medal in a minute...
Welcome to the World of 0s and 1s! This is an all-new experimental series of online lessons which teach you the basics of computing. It is written in HTML5, an amazing new technology mostly built upon earlier technologies with awesome graphics and interactive capabilities, and hosted on Newgrounds, an equally amazing website on the WWW cutting edge. In this lesson, I'm going to show you the bare basics of computing: How binary works.
Okay... Actually, I was itching to get something other than a joke published on the portal, and I also wanted to try out my newfound CSS and HTML5 skills, so I decided to make a little tutorial. It has lots of little interactives here and there, which, I think, do a better job than paper ICT textbooks to explain the concepts.
There's another reason why I'm making this tutorial. Many people, under the impression that ActionScript is easy, post on the Flash Forum without knowing much about computers. They sometimes end up very confused and have to rely on code written by others. (Admittedly, I used to be one of those people, too!) I hope some computer-related tutorials can help people who are just starting to learn Flash!
Send your questions, comments, nitpicks, bug reports, suggestions and other feedback to me by PM, or write a review below. Thanks! Hope you enjoyed it. If you did, I might make another one!