Hi Arron, thanks for this link (and many others). I remember when I first got involved in educational blogging it was fairly simple to pull together tags from any blog (via technorati ), twitter and flickr and display them on one page. I made a few for different educational events in Scotland. A marvellous opportunity now lost, hopefully to return.
This is nice
Hi Colin, another enjoyable episode. You were interested as to how and were people listen. I am subscribed using Castro on my phone. I listened the the first half walking around the dark streets in search is a wee bit of exercise. The second on my commute the next day driving home.
The natural history angle made this episode even more interesting than usual.
@claylowe I enjoyed your audio, thanks. I saw this today which I though was apt:
Podcasting has become a huge undertaking for people, with seasons and episodes, sponsors. It should be imho like leaving a voice mail to a few friends. Nice thing is today it can easily scale up to millions of friends.
I am enjoying these, I tried something similar with out the politricks:
Not too reliable.
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…