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Horacio Salinas Blanch 1/2
3 days ago
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We’ve finally moved our team blog over to Blogs.ed. It’s a mashup of a few personal blogs and things we write direc…
4 days ago
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Not sure how my family will respond to my new house rule that all holiday music this season is to be played exclusi…
5 days ago
Hub Hero
Hub Hero provides dependable Jupyter notebook servers for teaching professionals. No matter if your students are professionals, high school or university students. You take care of the content, we take care of the tech. Start teaching from the first minute.
jupyter  jupyterlab  ipython  hosting 
5 days ago
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"And when reality appears digital .. And the big hankering cometh .. I'll vote yes for life in the big choice poll…
5 days ago
Meteor showers as seen from space
Out tonight in layers & a flask to contemplate the cosmos
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5 days ago
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The stories in this podcast series on corruption in Canada are astounding - well done
5 days ago
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Both SPLOTs and Alan's WP efforts help so many of us...throwing some $ into the Patreon box.
5 days ago
(500) https://cogdogblog.com/2018/12/parents/
What to do When Your WordPress Parents Change? Important Update for TRU Writer SPLOT
5 days ago
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What to do When Your WordPress Parents Change? Important Update for TRU Writer SPLOT
5 days ago
“How to Grow Old” by Bertrand Russell - Ben Yan
Gradually the river grows wider, the banks recede, the waters flow more quietly, and in the end, without any visible break, they become merged in the sea, and painlessly lose their individual being.
life  death  philosophy  meditation 
6 days ago
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Remote Audio Data (RAD) measures podcast listening across a range of participating clients and platforms, aggregat…
6 days ago
NPR RAD | About RAD
Remote Audio Data (RAD) measures podcast listening across a range of participating clients and platforms, aggregating the data in a publishers’ analytics endpoint
audio  podcast  analytics  web  webdev  media 
6 days ago
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A clown, a hobo, a ballet dancer, a bagpipe player and an army major ... Five Chracters in Search of an Exit - one…
7 days ago
MeeBlip cubit 4 Port MIDI Splitter | meeblip
Great little unit that may just make it to my stocking over the holidays
7 days ago
What It Means to Be a Marxist
What Marxism teaches us is simply to approach questions of society from a material basis: how does human life persist? Through production of the goods and services needed to live. How are these things produced under capitalist society? Through exploitation of the labor of the working class, that is, by requiring one class of people to sell their labor as a commodity to another class to produce values. What is the result of this system? That workers are “alienated” from their labor, meaning from much of their waking life, constantly required to produce more and more with an ever-precarious access to the means of subsistence.
politics  economics  marxism  socialism  culture  labour 
7 days ago
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Classic 900k 5 stars vs Gutenberg 500k 2 stars. And I am spending time answering client emails of "WTF happened to…
7 days ago
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“As authors, we do have a choice of where we send our articles and invest our time as peer reviewers. If enough of…
8 days ago
The Making Of Finding Cleo And Thunder Bay
powerful insights on Indigenous storytelling from
8 days ago
We Are Drowning in a Devolved World: An Open Letter from Devo - Noisey
"examples of conformity in extremis in order to warn against conformity."
10 days ago
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I hope this will be a good influence on provincial governments cc
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10 days ago
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"What might be the benefits, even beyond 'world-and-job-readiness,' of an education that emphasises passion and pu…
11 days ago
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"I’ve never met so many so transparently trying to con as many fellow travelers as as possible on their way down."…
12 days ago
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I can't fully express my admiration and gratitude to Cindy for her excellent work and presence over the years. She…
12 days ago
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I read Mike Davis's *Ecology of Fear* twenty years ago and got a terrifying sense of where the capitalist dreamwor…
12 days ago
Untitled (https://mp3.cbc.ca/radio/CBC_Radio_VMS/711/411/asithappens_20151207_75995_uploaded.mp3)
"They helped one another even in hard times. That was the real miracle the beggar left behind."
13 days ago
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That is the community app listing .. tons there ... you can also easily configure the install t…
13 days ago
Sandstorm
Should just be able to share the URL .. this you?
13 days ago
Sandstorm App Market
and thanks. This is a trip. Had no idea it existed.
13 days ago
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and thanks. This is a trip. Had no idea it existed.
13 days ago
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Day 3 of the 12 Apps! This one from the incomparable with loads of awesome instructions - so great Gra…
13 days ago
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Got an app from the on tap today for the 12 Apps of Christmas. Thanks
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13 days ago
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App 3: Dec 5 Lychee
13 days ago
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Qlicker is a Meteor web application enabling classroom polling and participation via a mobile web page…
13 days ago
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"When you dig into personalized education, you realize that it’s not so easy to determine what’s being personalized…
14 days ago
Empower Teachers First | Hapgood
The way to help at-risk students and the way to create more diversity in professions lacking it is not to create more and better self-study materials. It is to find teachers that are already teaching the populations you want to attract or help and relentlessly focus on helping them be better and more effective teachers.
open  openeducation  teaching  learning  opened  Education 
15 days ago
Know Your Chances - NCBI Bookshelf
Know Your Chances - Understanding Health Statistics
research  journalism  statistics  reading  book  books 
15 days ago
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Fantastic weekend of sound and light with friends
15 days ago
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Somehow managed to get people-free shots of the lilies on a crowded free museum day
orangerie 
15 days ago
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“piracy has been an engine of social, technological, and intellectual innovations as often as it has been their adv…
16 days ago
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I am so so pleased that and nominated the amazing for this award! It is so well deserved…
16 days ago
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We are incredibly pleased to announce the newest winner of the Award for Excellence in Open Education: Cindy Underh…
18 days ago
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I've written a few posts about Sandstorm and the over the years
18 days ago
sandstorm | ClintLalonde.net
I've written a few posts about Sandstorm and the over the years
18 days ago
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Yes, our is on the today which means it must be real.
oldaily 
18 days ago
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Without power most of the day today - stayed warm at the suitcase kit
novascotia 
19 days ago
The Land That Failed to Fail - The New York Times
Instead, China’s Communist leaders have defied expectations again and again. They embraced capitalism even as they continued to call themselves Marxists. They used repression to maintain power but without stifling entrepreneurship or innovation. Surrounded by foes and rivals, they avoided war, with one brief exception, even as they fanned nationalist sentiment at home. And they presided over 40 years of uninterrupted growth, often with unorthodox policies the textbooks said would fail.
china  economics  politics 
19 days ago
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Our handy open source Sandstorm apps live on BCNet EduCloud servers - 100% FIPPA compliant, securely storing all da…
20 days ago
Cynicism, Not Gullibility, Will Kill Our Humanity | Hapgood
Major advances in the U.S. — from civil rights to the social safety net — have been driven by the public being confronted with the consequences of their inaction or action and having to reckon with that. But if everything is worthy of low trust at best, you never need to confront the impacts of policy or politics or personal action.
literacy  digipo  digitalliteracy  news  Education  teaching  learning  culture 
20 days ago
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Contemplating Jaron Lanier's Ten Arguments this week
20 days ago
Intersections of Open Pedagogy and Critical Information Literacy – A Case Study – BCcampus
Intersections of Open Pedagogy and Critical Information Literacy – A Case Study
20 days ago
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Honestly this was like a year after The Day After so I think the idea was to catch any kids too young to be permane…
21 days ago
Video: What fascism is...and isn't - boing - Boing Boing BBS
Fascism is an authoritarian oligarchy which uses xenophobia as a rallying tool.
politics  culture  facism 
21 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1067132861642346496
Where do I send donations to the bear? Possibly via Lotta Hitschmanova, 56 Sparks St. Ottawa.

On anot…
22 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1067099863505092609
All of the people looking at this horrific news and saying “this has never happened before” are conveniently forget…
22 days ago
'We Are as Gods and Might as Well Get Good at It'
1) Useful as a tool, 2) Relevant to independent education, 3) High quality or low cost, 4) Easily available by mail.
culture  history  internet  technology 
22 days ago
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“Instead of indulging no-regrets fantasy violence, it is a literary experience that emphasizes — and simulates — tr…
22 days ago
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Full Frost Moon tonight
25 days ago
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"I particularly want to think about public infrastructure. Not so much the public goods, but the public flows; not…
25 days ago
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