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.
- In the continuing saga of staging for negotiations, both sides are stating their case financially. From the Heart and Art blog, some math.
- A big list of “not-very-flattering” things that foreign leaders have said about Donald Trump. It’s not just Trudeau.
- Chrome extensions for students – but don’t just stop there – teachers can be students as well.
- This is indeed a problem. My favourite app for my iPad is Twittelator and it hasn’t been upgraded for years.
- This makes me smile. Much as been said about cursive and its lack of use in schools anymore. With this law, could it be on its way back?
- I never had anything that ran Windows 10 Mobile but I know at least one person who has moved to Android and may just shed a tear over this.
- Other than you’d have to take out a second mortgage? Advice against buying the new Macbook Pro.
- If you’re considering teaching Python, here is a good argument for why it has become so popular.
- I know that this feature isn’t available at our local library. I checked. But imagine coming home with this!
- There are so many suggestions about writing resumes. This one feature was something that we were always told to include. Here’s an article that says that’s wrong.
- This feature for Google Chrome has always been something that you would install an extension to handle. Now it’s built in.
- This is probably a good feature and yet, somehow, it seems to be the creepiest thing you’d ever want in a browser. It’s a reminder that nothing is private.
- This is such a bad moment for the US President. And, supposedly the First Lady is working on getting rid of bullying. Yeah, right.
- I guess we all knew that it was coming. Nothing fails like losing an election. Does this open the door for Doug Ford?
- This is a great bit of news for Macintosh users. The Opera GX browser is now available for your platform. Even if you don’t use all the features, it’s the coolest looking browser ever.
Blog Posts on doug … off the record
My daily contributions to this blog.
- Sunday – My Week Ending December 8, 2019
- Monday – I couldn’t have done that in an hour
- Tuesday – Most certainly couldn’t do this
- Wednesday – Dark
- Thursday – Step it up
- Friday – This Week in Ontario Edublogs
- Saturday – Another phishing quiz
- Sunday – Whatever happened to … Eaton’s Stores?
#FollowFriday – December 13, 2019
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Blog posts this week came from:
A challenge when you commit to blogging daily comes when you have company arriving for the weekend.
That’s the case here. Company arriving shortly and not leaving until Sunday.
By then, I’ll have had three posts to the blog, including this one.
Thank goodness for the ability to write now and schedule it to appear later. WordPress does have the ability to do that and to see what the URL to the post will be.
Provided I haven’t messed up and that’s always a possibility, it should all fall in place.
That looks about right.
Video of the Week
What happens when you combine Elvis and Christmas music?
Photo of the Week
From the walls of the Duff-Baby house, a painting showing a meeting of leaders in the War of 1812. Notably, Chief Tecumseh was there and supposedly this was his last meal before a battle that cost him his life.
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