Nice, but might have had enough of that word;-) Videogrep?
This looks like a great idea, reminds me of 8 page zines which my class love making.
Thanks for this, a useful replacement for Mozzila’s x-ray for learning, teaching and playing with the web.
I wondered about using this on iOS and found I could make the simplest of shortcuts.
Love the random. Had a wee go at forking and having a googlesheet as a source. It might be a way of folk making their own without having to edit html…
I say this as one who has been blogging about teaching practice since 2011 and realise that this part of my teaching career is coming to an end. No big drama, no big story, I just don’t do it any more. But what impact has it had?
Kenny, you have had a big impact on me, one of the few blogs I subscribe to via email rather than RSS.
It has allowed me develop ideas more clearly, to articulate my thoughts on education.
speaks to me. The impact on the blogger.
I wonder if you will write in other places, another book? TES? If you do I hope you post a short note to your blog to let me and many other know.
@ron (FWIW I am an apple user, but I don’t really talk much about Apple online). I hope at some point you will be able to post replies and these will be created on your own blog. At the moment I can, I think, post a reply from my blog and it will end up on micro.blog. I am usually tooo lazy to do it. This post is posted on my blog as a reply to your post on micro.blog…. The IndieWeb seems to me to be a work and exploration of possibilities in progress. Micro.blog seems the simplest way to get as much indieweb goodness as possible with the least effort?
I realised I had the same itch! I think the custom google search would do the trick. But I though it might be better to have something built in to WordPress. I found Search WordPress by Custom Fields without a Plugin | Adam Balée Designs, LLC. This requires you edit a functions.php file. I’ve already got one in my child theme so added the code there. It works.
And the days are not full enough
And the nights are not full enough
And life slips by like a field mouse
Not shaking the grass
Thanks Jim, This looks like a podcast feed full of interest, subscribed, took me a mo to find the podcast RSS.