Episode 118: Raising Digital Citizens
This week, Doug and Dai discuss research in schools, walking long distances, screen time, digital citizenship, tech veganism, fully automated luxury communism, and more!
Out running this morning and my feet were sore as trampled kittens from the gnarly roads. A moment of pleasure struck when a yellow butterfly started flying alond side me. It kept pace with me for about 100m. The moral of this tale is that I run as quickly as a butterfly flies. #barefoot #barefootrunning
Episode 116: A Climate of Safety
This week, Doug and Dai discuss biohacking, games and learning mechanics, YouTube and suicide prevention, capitalism, climate change, SolarPunk, foldable displays, and more!
Amazingly informative reading : White gold: the unstoppable rise of alternative milks
Today in digital education podcast episode 114 is out now - the double diamond. And hunt it down on Spotify if that's your platform of choice. All other podcasting platforms too... http://tidepodcast.org/?name=2019-01-09_tide_114.mp3 Me and @dajbelshaw talking turkey about tech and many other things
Depression in girls linked to higher use of social media. Huge recent rise in mental ill-health among under-18s. “Depression and all mental ill-health conditions arise due to a range of complex factors, usually a biological, psychological and social mix"
“Encryption works.” - @snowden.
Learn more about HOW it works in our new explainer. https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/what-should-i-know-about-encryption
Going to be doing some markdown with my pupils today... Using this tutorial site... https://www.markdowntutorial.com
If anyone is able to test and feedback (windows only atm) on this early concept prototype from a student project that would be awesome.
"The ultimate objective for the project has always been a million cores in a single computer for real time brain modelling applications"
My stepson has released a song written with Guy Garvey for the film Dead In A Week released in a few days... Come On Through
Ubuntu 18.04 - Just "installed" OpenShot video editor upgrade (which resolves playback issues when editing clips) using AppImage method rather than the Ubuntu Software version. AppImage is pretty cool. https://itsfoss.com/use-appimage-linux/
We are happy to announce that we are finished basic federation support and will be merging it along with several new features this week.
It may take a few more weeks to iron out all the bugs, but we are confident from the tests we have done that it is ready for production use!
CompSci teacher. Head of school digital strategy. Barefoot runner.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!