Useful keyboard shortcuts for the web client that aren't documented in the panel yet, courtesy of @Gargron:
gb -> blocked accounts
gd -> direct messages
gf -> favourites,
gh -> home,
gl -> local timeline,
gn -> notifications,
gs -> getting started panel,
gt -> federated timeline
gm -> muted users,
gp -> pinned toots,
gu -> your profile
a new essay in the Infinite Séance series by Olia Lialina 🙂
Infinite loop, infinite scrolling, numbered days:
protip(?): if you add ".rss" to the end of your profile url, you get a feed of all your public and unlisted toots that you can then plug into ifttt in order to cross-post to birdsite, with links on every one to remind people that you're actually on a much better website. here's how it looks on mine.
What You Found In 3 Million Russian Troll Tweets | FiveThirtyEight https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/what-you-found-in-3-million-russian-troll-tweets/
Hey, #Berlin people! A new social centre is starting to organise in Neukölln and they're having a summer fest tomorrow!
More details here: https://soze44.noblogs.org
I'm showing a selection of Final Girls films, horror films made by women (suitable for a teen audience), starting around 20:30, for free of course! There will also be a vegan bbq, music, a workshop on anonymous software and encryption by @resist_berlin and a lot more, just come, it'll be gr8
this article on teaching programming to non-native English speakers is super helpful http://pgbovine.net/non-native-english-speakers-learning-programming-paper.htm I definitely struggle with this in my own teaching, and it's doubly difficult because so much of what I teach is specifically *about* English. nevertheless I've been trying lately to engineer more opportunities for my students to make work in and about other languages
I really like this description of the @screenless office: "an artistic operating system". Exactly. Why could we not have that? This is such a good proposition.
A system for working with modern media without a pixel-based display. An artistic operating system. http://screenl.es
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