Go ahead, video chat with the whole team. In fact, invite everyone you know. Jitsi Meet is a fully encrypted, 100% open source video conferencing solution that you can use all day, every day, for free — with no account needed.
That’s the honest truth about modern software, it’s vulnerable. It’s ALL vulnerable so you have a choice to use something that is honest about it’s vulnerabilities or hides behind the door of closed source providing an ignorance is bliss situation.
Some great information and food for thought, @johnmclear is not trying to sell the product. Relevant to @dgilmour’s link to creativecommons & #OER I don’t think this is the time to pivot tools, but one to keep in mind.
this introduction to the coronavirus a fantastic introduction for everyone.
This is the foundation of the new WordPress editor. Take atomic pieces, and combine them to make whole sections and layouts. Best yet, no fumbling with floats if you want to put some text next to an image!
A nice example of what Gutenberg can do. I am not using it here, the old editor suits me and supports all of the IndieWeb plugins. It will answer some of the requests we have on Glow Blogs when it arrive there.
published on Medium in July 2016; I’m republishing because I no longer have access to Medium because it is blocked in Egypt
I’m not angry at you (republished) powerful stuff.
First thing: don’t send money. This app is written for love, not money. 🙂
NetNewsWire/How to Support NetNewsWire
A lovely piece, Brent Simmons explains how to support his free software.
Donate to charities that promote literacy.
Tell other people about cool blogs and feeds you’ve found.
The New Wilderness (Idle Words). Powerful thinking about the parallels between online/social media problem and environmental ones
What follows is the collection of posts, links and resources
Bookmarked: Feedback, Content and People
Bookmarked: Screenshots are the new save by @nnnnicholas - fascinating and thought provoking thread.
As I see it, the best things schools can do for kids is to help them learn how to distinguish useful talk from bullshit. I think almost all serious people understand that about 90% of all that goes on in school is practically useless, so what I am saying would not require the displacement of anything that is especially worthwhile.
Found in this tweet by @MarkRPriestley.
My link is to a pdf of the talk from 1969.
A good fun read with many cringe points, which of the forms of BS have you used? I’ve used a lot.