I’d love to give this a go. Maybe to reboot radio edutalk
A collection of good news, positive trends, uplifting statistics and facts — all beautifully visualized by Information is Beautiful.
Just what is needed at the moment.
via Odd-Egil Auran – on micro.blog
The Small Web is for people (not startups, enterprises, or governments). It is also made by people and small, independent organisations (not startups, enterprises, or governments2).
I got site.js up and running on my raspberry pi for a while. Pretty straightforward (I managed the certs stuff eventually).
The idea of The Small Web is the sort of thing I’ve been interested in since I started blogging. I’d love Glow to do something like this for educators (Glow Blogs is part way there, government hosting for some (educators) of its citizens).
Hope to dig into this some more. All the ideas are just lovely!
The SAFE Project has been placing recording devices throughout the rainforest in Borneo. That audio is now available to listen to here.
SAFE Acoustics – Rainforest Audio a beautiful project. Raspberry Pis, across different environment in the Borneo rainforest record audio. There is a how to at: Ecosystem monitoring, made easy.
Via Raspberry Pi listening posts ‘hear’ the Borneo rainforest – Raspberry Pi
have attempted to assemble a set of CSS effects to replicate this look mainly by adding three things: screen-door effect, flicker, and color separation.
Using CSS To Create A CRT, Could be handy for #ds106 daftness.
We could cut global CO2 emissions, and non-travellers could sell theirs to frequent flyers, argues the data journalist
This is brilliant, I’d vote for it in a second:
Mona Chalabi: what if everyone had an air-mile allowance? – cartoon
The Microsoft OneNote Teacher Academy is a learning path comprising four short courses introducing the use of OneNote in teaching for lesson planning, assessment and activities for learning ... These are my notes taken as I followed the learning path, including the reflection questions and my responses.
Facebook is "aiding and abetting the spread of climate misinformation,” said Robert Brulle, an environmental sociologist at Drexel University. “They have become the vehicle for climate misinformation, and thus should be held partially responsible for a lack of action on climate change.”
But now Facebook has reportedly decided to allow its staffers to overrule the climate scientists and make any climate disinformation ineligible for fact-checking by deeming it “opinion.”
In A More Beautiful Question, Warren Berger talks about the power and potential of different types of questions. One type that stands out is the simple strategy of asking ‘What If?’ Here then are my thoughts on what if the web were different? #pcPopUp2020 What if people had some sort of ownershi...
#pcPopUp2020 was one of the many online things I’d normally have paid attention to that I’ve missed. Aaron is using the Thread Reader App Micropub publisher which looks interesting too.
GitHub – ExistentialAudio/BlackHole: BlackHole is a modern macOS virtual audio driver that allows applications to pass audio to other applications with zero additional latency. might be of interest to the #ds106radio diaspora #ds106