The tabs left open from yesterday. The internet is a more fascinating place that I’ve got time for.
- The Archive (macOS) • Zettelkasten Method Looks like an interesting application for organising text. I keep a lot of stuff in txt files which very badly organised (I use search). This might be helpful. I am using the 60 day trial at the moment.
- PressED – A WordPress and Education, Pedagogy and Research Conference on Twitter I am taking part in this on Thursday this week.
- Little grebe – Wikipedia Enjoying watching these on the Victoria Park pond at the moment.
- I am the Weekend – Beta Teacher Not read this yet.
- Doc Searls Weblog · Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica problems are nothing compared to what’s coming for all of online publishing
- The science of revision: nine ways pupils can revise for exams more effectively | Teacher Network | The Guardian
- John Sexton on Twitter: “is it just me – why are schools/teachers giving instruction to pupils via twitter? Many primary school – no one under 13 should be on twitter? Better ways to engage with pupils on line – I am sure Or am I missing something here???????” Nearly a month since John tweeted this. Still thinking about it.
- Read Write Respond – Read is to write, write is to respond. I find my self on Aaron Davis’ blog a lot these days. He is doing what I’d like to do if I could squeeze a few more hours into a day exploring the IndieWeb. Great to see a edublogger diving deep into this stuff.
- Ep. 74 Damien Williams “We Built It From Us” – Team Human A lin from Arron, I’ve bookmarked this podcast as it links with John’s tweet above.
- Creating a Deliberate Social Media Space for Students in School – Read Write Respond Another one from Arron, even more on social media in schools.
- A Walk In The Park | Checking out a couple of photos I posted to my blog with sunlit, just checking how they come through.
- AlphaSmart Neo2 | Jack Baty | Flickr I remember getting some of these in school years ago.
- FILM — Erland Cooper The first is beautiful movie “Solan Goose” (there turn out to be gannets), The music sounds good, I hope to watch/listen to the rest later.
- The people owned the web, tech giants stole it. This is how we take it back | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian this is linked everywhere, not too much on how we take it back but the Indieweb points the way.
Worth mentioning that a lot of these links are coming from micro.blog as well as my RSS reader.
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