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Replied to INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (jgregorymcverry.com)
Ahh I think you use SemPress I am using 2016-IndieWeb I want to change the bookmark feed so the title of the post is the title of the source, needs to include link to source, and then my content. For quotes the block quote doesn’t display. I just haven’t had the time to practice making the templ...

Hi Greg,
My bookmark feeds don’t have the titles of the bookmarks. Nor link to them. Ones < 280 chars don’t have titles.

The RSS templates are not in my theme but in WordPress in wp-includes. I added only one of my own for microcasts and it goes in my theme folder. It is added as a custom feed.

I don’t think that the indieweb themes do anything with the RSS. It sounds like you are looking for daring fireball type titles/links? I think there was a plugin for that.

BTW I didn’t, yet, get a mention from your post?

Replied to The Daily Stillness on Twitter (Twitter)
“Daily Stillness: #tds1136 Fill the silence with…yourself https://t.co/y43cHvKG2x”

Humans today lose their concentration after eight seconds. In the year 2000 it was 12 seconds

And

Multiple temptations to find something to do surface.

Life in the Age of Noise – Original Essay by Erling Kagge via The Daily Stillness

There is a strange paradox here, where reading about the problem or a solution to the problem can be part of the problem.

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Replied to #edu522 #dailyponderance #edtech tools by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (jgregorymcverry.com)
For today’s #edu522 #dailyponderance you need to highlight some cool #edtech tools. Give us 3-5 apps or websites we should try in class.

You can’t do without an RSS reader, for the last few years I’ve liked Inoreader.

Surge is a useful tool to play about with making webpages. It is aimed at developers but I think it is handy for dabblers too. Works for static sites. A lot of the documentation is for things beyond my ken (Grunt, Gulp and other things I do not recognise). You can however build la local webpage and easily push it online. Here is a very silly one: Sounds Bad!.

The Daily Stillness | daily small exercises to help you find stillness: a bit like the daily create on #DS106 or this #dailyponderance bu for thinking about your relationship to technology and life.

FlickrCC Stampr This is one I built myself for my primary pupils. The idea was to make it really simple for young children to attribute but ‘stamping’ the attribution onto the image.

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Liked Augmented eternity and the potential of prediction by Aaron DavisAaron Davis (Read Write Collect)
This episode of Future Tense raised so many questions. Just because we could, it doesn’t always mean we should. For me, this is the point of the Black Mirror series. I am also reminded of Kin Lane’s point about storytelling: 90% of what you are being told about AI, Blockchain, and automation rig...

Nice take,and linked quotes. if I didn’t have so much audio queued up…

Listened The Abundance of Nature Our Daily Bread 01 by Jeremy Cherfas from Eat This Podcast
In the 1960s, using the most primitive of tools, an American plant scientist demonstrated that a small family, working not all that hard for about three weeks, could gather enough wild cereal seeds to last them easily for a year or more.

Fascinating stuff, looking froward to the series.