“@nimble_monkey @davewiner @TiddlyWiki Indeed, TiddlyWiki is a rare web applications that is literally serverless (or can be). I did find it quite bemusing to watch the term get co-opted for things that were only conceptually serverless”
Facebook has targeted politicians around the world – including the former UK chancellor, George Osborne – promising investments and incentives while seeking to pressure them into lobbying on Facebook’s behalf against data privacy legislation
Olivia Colman has a funny story to tell on Wikipedia about the age displayed in her biography in the online encyclopedia. The opportunity for a Wikipedia fact-checking.
Nice opertunity to counter poor reporting of Wikipedia accuracy.
These attempts to introduce IDL, and the national guidance that prompted them, have tended to be characterised by a lack of conceptual clarity about inter-disciplinary approaches, leading in many cases to activities that were not really inter-disciplinary, at best being cross-curricular. Public discourse around IDL uses many different terms interchangeably – for example, cross-curricular, integrated, thematic – which are conceptually distinctive but regularly conflated.
Looking forward to the next post:
which will follow in a few days, will explore what needs to be addressed if IDL is to become a practical reality in Scottish schools.
“Amazingly, the link still works” Two amazing things 1) In a piece looking back over 1000 of his linkblog posts, Charles Arthur finds it remarkable that a link from 2010 still works. 2) The piece seems to be on Medium and nowhere else. I reckon the two observatiuons are linked (haha). Which m...
This is an update to my 2018 article on how I set up my WordPress site.
Every year, at the Indieweb Summit, we have the State of the Indieweb(it’s the year of the Reader, by the way). The head of the WordPress project gives his State of the Word. I even watched the Governor of my State give his State of the state. As I go through my 2018 Year in Review, I wanted to co...
Learn how to create a portable timelapse rig with your Raspberry Pi and Docker. Capture sunrise and sunset from your hotel room or your pets while at work
Trying this out now. Some things I’ve not done before (Docker) but the instructions work. Unfortunately it is now dark.
A few weeks ago, I bought a Google Assistant-powered smart display and put it in our kitchen in place of the DAB radio.
Doug talks about he power of pulling out old photos. I like the on this day bit of my phone’s phones and the ability to find out what I was doing a year(or years) ago. I’ve been finding my On This Day page on this blog fascinating and would highly recommend anyone to try it out. I don’t suppose having it public is necessary as it will only be of interest to me.