OTR Links 11/19/2019


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OTR Links 11/09/2019


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OTR Links 10/29/2019


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OTR Links 09/29/2019


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My Week Ending 2019-08-11


Here’s a summary of some of the things I learned and published this week.


Readings 

You can follow my daily readings as they happen here.  Below are a selected few, with commentary, from the past week.

  • Growing communities need more schools. Finding the perfect location for them isn’t always easy.
  • For me, I either faked the answer or made up a big list and saved it for a trip to the library.
  • I don’t know about you but I would use KDE. It would be a nicer approach and stop endless configuring to try and get the same effect.
  • If you’re tired or leery of Google Chrome, here’s a good article about how to migrate to Firefox.
  • This is good news. I wonder how long it becomes before you could take your existing computer into a store and just have them replace the internals and you walk away with an upgrade. There’s so much on a computer that doesn’t actually need to be thrown away.
  • A good Computer Science story from places other than Ontario where it remains an optional course with no growth in sight. Supporting some initiatives for your students is a start but a concerted effort right through Grade 12 is needed.
  • Who doesn’t like going out on a warm humid evening and enjoying fireflies? Apparently, this is a good year for it.
  • Great suggestions for decluttering. Now, if I could just get my butt into gear and make some of this happen.
  • Claris is back! Hands up if you remember Clarisworks. It never was all that intuitive to me. I don’t think different, I guess.
  • The Big Mac undergoes a facelift. Will it make it better?
  • If you’re looking for a little summer professional computer learning, then ECOOcamp Peterborough is for you. The success from Owen Sound heads east.
  • Here’s an article that will take you back to Teachers’ College. Do you remember Jean Piaget?
  • LibreOffice is my go-to office suite for local use. It’s now upgraded to version 6.3.
  • What does it say about you if you have “suffered” through just about all of these?

Blog Posts on doug … off the record

My daily contributions to this blog.


#FollowFriday – August 9, 2019

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voicEd Radio

My on demand radio page can be found here.  

There was no voicEd Radio show this week but there was a blogpost!

Blog posts this week came from:

  • @Dunlop_Sue
  • @staoapso
  • @raspberryberet3
  • @mcguirp
  • @PCMalteseFalcon
  • @AMKeeLCS
  • @mediasee

Technology Troubleshooting

It’s Sunday and time to complain about another issue with the new block editor with WordPress. See the list above of the blog posts that I used in my Friday post?

  • @Dunlop_Sue
  • @staoapso
  • @raspberryberet3
  • @mcguirp
  • @PCMalteseFalcon
  • @AMKeeLCS
  • @mediasee

Suppose I want to add one more name to the bottom of the list. @dougpete say. I’d copy it and paste it, right?

Nope. Intermittently, and that’s the worst part, it would also copy the original group as well.

Frustrating.


Video of the Week

I wish I had remembered this song when I wrote yesterday’s post…


Photo of the Week

Inspired by Jennifer Aston, we now have wild flowers planted around the place. I swear these doubled in size over night.

Thanks for reading. Please join me daily for something new and, hopefully, interesting.

dp

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https://dougpete.wordpress.com/

If you find it anywhere else, it’s not original.

OTR Links 07/28/2019


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OTR Links 07/27/2019


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