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“Using #keynote, @scratch and #clips to put this little tutorial together. Creating animation sketch sequences in Keynote and then bringing to life with Scratch 3.0 So much fun!! @AppleEDU #everyonecancreate Also introducing some Maths X and Y concepts with Scratch background. https://t.co/8unth9wnlh”

 

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@fourtonfish Here is a pixelated gif poem I wrote using @glitch. It is a found poem lifted from the #IndieWeb -Dev chat as we worked with @drewmcweeny on understanding some CSS and Bootstrap basics: https://a-poem-about-css.glitch.me/ #ds106 #clmooc #edu522 Featured image: have no fear flickr photo ...
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I favorite any @creativecommons image I use from @flickr and used to have a stream of my faves on my “Image Attribution” page. Seeing that it was a flash player my favorite stream isn’t working. Anyone have an idea of how I could add it bacK? #IndieWeb

If there is not a WordPress plugin that will do the trick I think it would be fairly simple to make one to do this using the Flickr API Flickr Services: Flickr API: flickr.favorites.getList.

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@livedtime #tds387 The fragmentation of digital life 1 min read How does your daily engagement with different apps and websites look like?  I've been musing on this one for a few days. A few years ago I wrote an AppleScript that would periodically do the F9 show all your windows and dump a screens...

a webmention test.

I just read this on OLDaily ~ by Stephen Downes in my RSS reader.

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apparently YouTube has decided to allow users to follow channels via RSS again,

from: YouTube has (apparently) reinstated RSS feeds – BiteofanApple

It seems to work, I’ve aded my own channel to my RSS reader, Inoreader, and it worked fine. Tested in a WordPress sidebar widget and here using the RSS Via Shortcode for Page & Post WordPress Plugins

[rssonpage rss="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc0gdVM7MLneoiJHp4HUqkA" feeds="4" excerpt="summary" target="_blank"]

Gives me links to my last 4 videos.

The feeds seem to lack description, inoreader (and I’d guess other RSS readers) pick up the video from the media:content tag (I’d guess).

This could be useful for bringing content together with other feeds. Perhaps YouTube will bring back tags too…