Was an interesting read I don’t mind being out in the cold so much, but the combination of cold & wet we get here especially with added wind can be more unpleasant.
Not got a choice of tools here, but would be interested in seeing a comparison of bandwidth for video conferencing tools. #MicrosoftTeams #MIEExpert #DigiLearnScot
Alan, you might like Multi WP Blog search from a while back. Local storage could make it actually useful.
There is a lot to agree with here. I’ve been guilty of creating podcast with all your worst nightmares, skype, rambling and more.
But I love podcasts. Two main reasons, one the sound of voices is different, for me, than reading a post; two, I can listen to podcasts while driving to work. I don’t want succinct information, I want to be able to do the equivalent of rambling for listening, picking up bits and pieces, thinking of something else, paying attention to the traffic.
I remember when I started podcasting there was a txt file going round that explained, by example, how much better plain text was. That is fine if you can look at it, not so much if you are washing the dishes:-)
Enjoyed the rant!
Like Adam, I welcome the random and change is always good. Been enjoying the Open Thinkering of late too.
Brilliant! Probably try this next week (the second part).
@livedtime #tds1886 a lovely film. The problem of trying to be still made visible.
Thanks for sharing this Aaron, there are not many examples of successful people acknowledging the help they had on the way to that success. This brings some well needed reality to the idea of a meritocracy. Mr Doctorow does this beautifully.
I am in a good place, my class all pupils I taught last year, gone from a 4-7 multi-composite to 6-7 will cut down planning & prep. Having emptied the room before summer means I can’t find the duct tape and am missing my cardboard mountain. Mask on when I move about the room.