Here’s a summary of some of the things I learned and published this week.
You can follow my daily readings as they happen here. Below are a selected few, with commentary, from the past week.
- Get used to it. When you have two or more players in exactly the same playing field, each think they’re the best game in town. We’re going to see a lot of this, methinks.
- Overlays like this are going to be amazing when people have access to 100 years of Google Earth. It’s still amazing with the tools that we currently have though.
- I find this really intriguing. In any curriculum that I’ve ever seen released that I care about, I do know who some of the authors are. No idea at all with this one.
- Some people are just too dumb to run computers. In the past, the answer was always – they could always use a Mac. What if that doesn’t work out?
- Would you upgrade to the Galaxy 10 phone for the fancy wallpapers?
- If you don’t use a Password Manager, you really should. Here’s a review of some of the best. Post-it notes didn’t make the list.
- Finally! An interesting maker project.
- For people that can’t get a grip on them themselves, Google will fix Chrome to handle cookies better.
- According to the prediction from The Weather Network, I opened the pool too soon.
- Every programmer knows and understands this. In fact, in school when your program messes up, there’s usually a teacher there to place blame.
- I’d love to have a conversation about this. Has Google over-reached in its efforts with favicons?
- Probably because of human error? I don’t know. I don’t let a piece of software recommend my friends to me.
- Here’s your chance to buy artwork from the Canadian Group of Seven. Of course, they’re going to be affordably priced.
- I’d never heard of Notion until I read this article. I wonder …
Blog Posts on doug … off the record
My daily contributions to this blog.
- Sunday – My Week Ending May 26, 2019
- Monday – Like a web browser, unchecked
- Tuesday – Ramona’s challenge
- Wednesday – Openness about third party cookies
- Thursday – Because we can
- Friday – This Week in Ontario Edublogs
- Saturday – Good and bad
- Sunday – Whatever happened to … Hypercard?
#FollowFriday – May 24, 2019
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There was an interesting article this week about how people who use the Google Chrome browser may be unable to install ad blockers in the future.
On Facebook, Alec Couros indicated that he might be going back to Firefox. It’s not a bad option and if the Google story is true, there may be a lot moving and we’ll get a message from Mozilla about the dangers.
Of course, a message like that generated suggestions from followers. I suggested Firefox or Brave. Rodd Lucier threw out the idea of Opera. Then, Miguel Guhlin suggested Slimjet.
I’d never heard of it so guess how I spent some of my investigative time.
Video of the Week
In praise of literacy and great music…
Photo of the Week
Glad I cut the grass this morning. Severe thunderstorm here this afternoon. I had to turn on the lights; it’s tough blogging in the dark and without the music channel on television. The duck is avoiding the hail.
Please join me daily and I hope that you check in next Sunday for a summary of my week.
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