that and wondering if anyone wants to write about what they think digital literacy is...

Forbidden Unicode

I have been receiving letters from a dear friend by the name of Ophiuchus. He has been researching some curious anomalies in the Unicode Standard. While I cannot vouch for all he has written, I thought it worth presenting his discoveries to you. My friend, I bring you a curiosity! I have been engaged in…[...]

shkspr.mobi/blog/?p=30373

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Question: if you went through this slide deck without any context, what would you be puzzled about? What's missing?

bit.ly/2J1apI3

It's for a general audience, some of whom might be educators while others are sysadmins or PHP devs.

It's been a long time since I wrote a post on the blog, but the occasion deserves it. I have a new job! And one of our goals at @moodlenet is to make the world freer and less dependent on large corporations alexcastano.com/moodlenet-more

Last year we grew some really nice pumpkins.
So we kept the seed to grow again this year.
But we also grow courgettes (zucchini). Apparently pumpkins and courgettes can cross pollinate.
Here's our courkin. (Pen for scale)

#FollowFriday #LearningTechnologist and #EdTech edition.

In the interest of connecting with fellow learning technologists (and related) and building a community here, I’m starting a list. Toot me if you’re a learning technologist on Mastodon and would like to be added. Boost for visibility? TY! ^_^

@martinjc
@philbarker
@isabellgru
@edtechdev
@dajbelshaw
@jgmac1106
@sahoward

What I did over the last couple of weeks
* I got set up for a project on K12 Open Content Exchange,
* did a bit of semantic wordpress meets pressbooks, and
* got invited to a biohackathon.
* other bits and bobs with waterfalls and plastic penguins

blogs.pjjk.net/phil/weeknotes/

(I was relieved that a biohackathon does not involve biohacking)

The US Library of Congress has been digitizing out-of-copyright video and films and is now releasing those materials on the National Screening Room: loc.gov/collections/national-s

Currently 287 items available, from documentaries to training films to travelogues to animated films to home movies to...

#LOC #films #video #copyright #publicdomain

Looking for more sources of audio/visual material in #publicdomain or #CreativeCommons or licenses giving similar freedom for creative (re)use.
Other than the 'classics' wikimedia, archive.org, ccsearch, openclipart, gutenberg.org, librivox, freemusicarchive, fontlibrary, freesound

Retoot to write a list together!

For the #OpenDesignCourse for refugees, starting on Monday.

TIL: not every guide on setting up a NFS to work through a firewall mentions that you may need to open the port used by mountd if you want to mount drives. (see wiki.debian.org/SecuringNFS )

Weeknotes s2e4: 9 September 2018. A week where the shortest, least interesting entries took the most time.
blogs.pjjk.net/phil/weeknotes/

I have just found FRBR useful for learning resource description. Niche technical stuff Show more

Anyone else here interested in the union of education metadata and allotments?
s2e3: 2 September 2018. This week is mostly metadata, beans and turnips.
blogs.pjjk.net/phil/weeknotes/

It's heartening to see this new (to me) project called TagTeam from the Berkman Center that invests in RSS/Atom syndication as a way of aggregating and analyzing web content.

github.com/berkmancenter/tagte

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