Random Street View – images from all over the world.
Marvellous! Does what it says on the tin. I found a great one on Eigg that seemed to be from a hill track. Couldn’t get the share link to work though.
via Joe Jennet
Read: In the House of Lies by Ian Rankin ★★★☆☆ 📚
Usual enjoyable stuff Rebus retired and sticking his nose in.
You can use the BBC micro:bit V2 with built-in speaker as a data logger, recording data from its built-in sensors. Data is stored on your micro:bit even when its power source is disconnected.
This looks really interesting. H.T. to @LouiseE_Foreman. The way the data is saved and accessible is very clever.
You can log data from any of the micro:bit inputs; light sensor, temperature sensor, pins, accelerometer, compass, microphone
Thanks for the love Joe,
Just when I think I’ll get rid of the sidebar. They do seem to have gone out of fashion. I guess I’ll keep mine till they come back in😉
Ds106, was/is a wonderful course on ‘digital storytelling’ that has run in several universities but allows anyone to join in. A source of a lot of fun and a lot of learning about owning your own space.
The video is in the style of the now disappeared online service pummelvision. After it went I wrote a script to replicate it.
a tool to let your readers dive into details
Via Chris Aldrich’s hypothesis, looks like a lot of fun (especially for folk who like brackets).
an invited presentation at the Justice Institute of British Columbia November 30, 2015 http://go.cogdog.it/not-a-blog Abstract While the origin of WordPress was of a platform for the narrative journaling type of online publishing people associate with the word “blog”, as of 2015 the platform now powers more than 25% of all websites. As an extensible web-optimized […]
Listened to & enjoyed Alan’s 2015 talk. He compares WordPress and its approachability, flexibility and extendability with HyperCard. As always interesting & provocative (in the best way). Also HyperCard!