It has been a long while since a major release of webmentions, and it is not the end of the plans we have. It is merely the first step.
In the lastest version, several useful features were added.
Thank you Tom for sharing your thoughts and reflections on Transitions19 conference.
I was really taken by your comment on the need for more subjective sharing from the fields, rather than relying on PhDs. I find this interesting and think that education as a whole would benefit from more sharing. H…
I saw Martin Weller’s tweet out for a randomizing text generator: He got lots of replies (which is what make twitter useful when often it can not be), though many were just offering tools, no…
I always like the random…
I’ve a vague idea you could run this from a google sheet allowing folk to generate more of this sort of thing.
Cisco’s Connected Conservation programme, in collaboration with Dimension Data. The team has installed a network of sensors and cameras in a South African reserve that, with the help of machine learning, monitor activity and alert keepers to intruders. The efforts have reduced poaching incidents by an astonishing 98 per cent in just three years.
The web is once again being deconstructed by its users in new and different ways. You can see it in tools like CodePen and Glitch, which lower the barrier to entry for folks that want to experiment with web technologies. People are building simple and complex things on these platforms, and whole communities have sprung up to encourage collaboration and sharing.
Right now I am incredibly grateful and thankful for the extensive accessibility improvements to the WordPress widgets screen, because today I learned that there is at least one developer on this planet who actually worked to not support accessibility mode.
Is there a legitimate reason to do this other than pure unadulterated ableism? That’s not a rhetorical question.
not that I can think of. I often fail with adding alt tags to images, but I don’t do it oon purpose!
What I quickly found out was that NOTHING has made a greater impact on my students than the short notes that I’ve been writing them.
“Key tips on mobile film making, in #DIYFimSchool Part II – consider lighting and audio, and be prepared. Plus, use apps.
Hat tip to @lee_ballantyne for sharing the full resource
The linked guide looks useful and simple enough for primary school: DIY Film School
“#tds1516 Story or Scripture? https://t.co/8iiEuXoynC”