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#tdc2998 #ds106 Vacation Photos I made a webpage that loads a flickr set and gives the photos a retro look.


You can add your own set too.

CSS adapted from Create a Trendy Retro Photo Effect Purely with CSS. Rotation from JavaScript Rotate | KaisarCode.

A nice lockdown distraction for me.

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#tdc2997 #ds106 Shuffle and Share
She is Always Dancing – Neil Young with Crazy Horse
Moussolou – Oumou Sangaré
A Simple Twist of Fate – Joan Baez
Soon After Midnight – Bob Dylan
Music By Numbers – Penguin Cafe Orchestra

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I’ve been looking closer at wikis, online commonplace books, and similar personal/work/lab/research notebooks recently and have come across TiddlyWiki as a useful, simple, but very flexible possibility.
While most of its ecosystem revolves around methods for running the program locally (and often …

I’ve a couple of small tiddlywikis that I am dipping my toes into.
One on raspberry pi using node that I use on home network. The other stored in OneDrive and accessed at home and school using desktop app. The second is simpler.

Replied to If only schools just provided students with by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry

If only schools just provided students with a website early on and they were used to documenting their learning from their own domain. I am hoping this build up a recognition to teach digital infrastructure #edtechchat

That was one of my main hopes for Glow Blogs. I don’t think it has happend in many places. It is a hard ask for educators to support something that might be beyond their experience. With younger children it is challenging  but rewarding.