Somewhat inspired, I deleted my Slideshare account. Although I have issues with another company simply inheriting my data, I realised that I have not used the space for a few years and saw no reason to maintain a historical presence there.
With my focus on a ‘domain of my own’, I have downloaded...
Took me a while to delete my empty slideshare account, Finally change password (did I have one?) and there is a link at the bottom. Needed to set a password via a link, logon with that and delete account. I also had a wee look at my linkedin settings, which was interesting. The tangled web of accounts and data we have on the internet is a mess. I think I may have another slideshare account from a long time ago.
Aaron was replying to GDPR Violation: ScribD acquires PII on 500M users in a deal with LinkedIn – The HFT Guy.
Most has gone from the web, best impact was back in 2005! Some on the wayback machine
A few details in this 2013 video:
apologies for quality.
My class, different school, blog poetry including some written in Teams during lockdown
Read: The Underground Man by Ross Macdonald ★★★☆☆ Enjoyed revisiting my teenage library. 📚
Read: Old Baggage by Alissa Evans ★★★★☆ Comic novel about Suffragette in the 20s & 30s
In the iPad version of Word immersive reader does not have (or I can’t find) the Grammar Options. I can get to the online editor in the Safari browser only by viewing the files in Onedrive, checking the radio button beside the doc and using the vertical ellipses that appear to open a menu, choose open and then open in browser.
O365 seems to want me to open word files in the iPad app.
If I am in teams I don’t have the option to open word docs in the browser.
The Grammar options look very useful but on iPad hard to get to.
A workaround for me is to screenshot the text in teams or word. Open office lens, scan the image and then send to immersive reader.
I am sure there must be a more sensible way to do this. I’d like to find it out before I suggest the workaround to my class!
10 years ago today I had my First couple of days with an iPad. Found via one of my favourite WordPress plugins @cogdog’s wp-posted-today. A reminder of who my blog is for, me. Mining old thoughts is fascinating.
Here's here's a selection of tasty projects to give you a flavour of the work I make.
Looks like a good site to inspire classroom art. Some cardboard:-)
Heh, just catching up with the bava blog and I missed this;-)
I need a password reset Jim if you can send one.
Office Lens has been quitting as soon as I open it on my iPad every time. Today I deleted the app and reinstalled immediately. Fixed.