@cogdog beautiful Not So Stupid WordPress Tricks | None That Involve Writing Code site and presentation for #PressEdConf19 conference. I’ll be consuming the #PressEdConf19 feast for a while.
WordPress for presentations is a great idea. I couldn’t follow live so appreciate this more than a pp. WordPress can post replies to tweets too;-) #pressEDconf19 #IndieWeb
I’ve read a bit about Hyperdocs over the last few years. It has never made complete sense to me, it seems to be trying to recreate webpages with google documents.
I wonder if https://glitch.com might point to a better way? It certainly would solve the template problem…
I like: Dub Side of the Moon
I love what you are doing with your Newsletter on several levels:
- A great set of personal and professional links gathered from an amazingly wide range.
- The way the links weave into your site.
a nod or salute;
@dogtrax, you found the embed code button?
I love the random so love this idea.You mentions a couple of my toys/tools along side some others.
The Random Flickr blendr was originally thought of as a sort of contemplation toy, so I avoided making it easy to grab images. I guess I could make that easier now there seems to be a purpose. I think FlickrCC Stampr used to have a url parameter to kick off a search I’ll look at adding that back in at times.
Side note, I remember Ben Rimes Poetry for People blog. Now gone but discussed here: Come Write Poetry With Me This April! – The Tech Savvy Educator
Update, 1-April-19 : I’ve made a couple of changes that might be useful:
http://johnjohnston.info/fcc/?s=poem adding ?s=searchword will preload the flickr search
On Random Flickr Blendr I’ve added a pause button and move the links for better screenshotting. I changed the links to flickr shortlinks so they can be read from an image (Not very accessible!)
Interesting, I guess you could create draft bookmark posts on your blog using this. My account will downgrade and I don’t think I’ll have access to rules anymore after May.