A return to ASCII art


Before there was real computer art, there was ASCII art.  If you’re old enough to remember, it was before printers could draw graphics, pixels, lines, etc.  They did a wonderful job of printing letters and numbers.  And, with artistic abilities you could actually create pictures.  Digital impressionism? When I read about this feature in FacebookContinue reading “A return to ASCII art”

OTR Links 01/31/2016


RON on Twitter: “Let’s try again. Assuming there’s no national disaster, TONIGHT at 8pm-12 edt on @CNN is “History Of The Eagles” https://t.co/KujM5hXPuu” RT @LawnRanger60: Let’s try again. Assuming there’s no national disaster, TONIGHT at 8pm-12 edt on @CNN is “History Of The Eagles” https://… tags: via:packrati.us http://www.nytimes.com https://t.co/n7ParwQb4H — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) January 31,Continue reading “OTR Links 01/31/2016”

OTR Links 01/30/2016


Could All Of Our Classrooms Be Innovation Centres? | Living Avivaloca Could All Of Our Classrooms Be Innovation Centres? | Living Avivaloca https://t.co/O3LTMWlgJ5 — Doug Peterson (@dougpete) January 30, 2016 tags: IFTTT Twitter via:packrati.us Nik’s Learning Technology Blog: 9 Generic activities for exploiting infographics Nik’s Learning Technology Blog: 9 Generic activities for exploiting infographics https://t.co/ghuUK4hmo2Continue reading “OTR Links 01/30/2016”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


Welcome to another Friday and my week-ending post where I share some of the great efforts of Ontario Edubloggers I’ve read recently.  This week features another great collection of thinking starters for you.  Please read on… Student-Teacher Bond Here’s your feel good post to read this week, courtesy of Jamie Weir. She was inspired byContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”