Day 4: Spot #mbfeb
Maybe we should be starting with basics that work across systems.
Learn/use simpler software when you can. Start with notepad/text editor before word for example. Also discuss, at some point, why big companies give Edu for free and touch on open source.
Day 3: Reflect #mbfeb
Updated my old broken boo map so that it works: A Boomap.
A sight for sore eyes.
Doug: Would be interested in you sharing yours, too John
My Firefox use is pretty light, so this is not too exciting. I mostly use Safari.
- 1 Password
- Facebook Container, not sure how that got there, auto installed?
- Fraidycat, there is always room for another RSS reader in my life and Kicks Condor has some amazing stuff online
- Greasemonkey, I think I installed but it was to hard for me to figure out
- OneNote Clipper, from when I was testing OneNote
- RSSPreview, newly installed
- Save Tiddlers
- Want My RSS
- Firebug – disabled (I found it too much for my needs)
- User-Agent Switcher (disabled)
The only ones I am particularly interested in at the moment are the RSS ones, Fraidycat and Save Tiddlers.
Although I’ve got my main TiddlyWiki experiment running on a Raspberry pi using node (look at me!) and usually use Waterfox as the editor I am interested in other ways of using it.
Read: The High Window by by Raymond Chandler ★★★★★ re-read of a favourite, so good.