Watched "What Not to Wear" Courtney D from Netflix
Directed by Brandon A. Phillips, Erik Tily. With Carmindy, Ted Gibson, Clinton Kelly, Stacy London. Courtney is a tomboy with a hilariously intense fixation on camouflage; she refuses to wear anything else. Can Stacy and Clinton help this spunky, camo girl find a style that is appropriate for her age and body type?
A pseudo-behind-the-scenes was a great way to produce this episode. This episode definitely shows the divide between the costal elites and middle America.
Watched "What Not to Wear" Lizz G. from Netflix
With Madylin Sweeten, Sawyer Sweeten, Sullivan Sweeten. Lizz is a stage mom of nine who has put her family's needs over her confused style of short skirts, thrown together layers and boots. Can Stacy and Clinton get this busy mom to drop her inappropriate sexy style and finally discover an identity of her own?
I haven’t seen episodes of this in almost a decade. It is a fun guilty pleasure though.
Replied to Hey Colin! by Chris ColemanChris Coleman (Illtron.net)
Look, I don’t have a lot to say right now, but I did want to let @c2dev2 that I’ve got notes posting automatically from my site to Twitter using a Netlify Lambda function. I’ll probably extend it to everything later!
Congratulations on the achievement Chris!

I remember it took me forever to eventually leave my notes titleless.  I wish I had thought, like you have, that if you’re going to put titles on them, then go big, bold, and all out!

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I’m curious if you use Inoreader’s OPML subscription functionality at all? It’s kind of like Twitter lists in a sense, but a lot more open and distributed.

Much like your version piped into an LMS, it could be used used to create a planet of all of the participants in a course, but set up in such a way that only one person needs to create and maintain an OPML file that everyone else can use instead of needing to manually find and subscribe to a bunch of feeds or worry about missing out on that one feed of the student who joined the course two weeks late.

As an example, here’s an OPML file on my own website (through my following page) of all the educators I’m following who are tangentially involved in the IndieWeb movement. If you subscribe to the OPML file in Inoreader, when I update it with additional feeds, you get all the changes synced automatically.

I’d be interested to see exactly how you’re using Inoreader–particularly the off-label methods. Have you written up any of the details anywhere? It looks like you’re using tags in Inoreader and piping those details back to the LMS so that you can filter portions of the class content?

I recently documented some of my personal use here: Using Inoreader as an IndieWeb feed reader. A big portion of it is about being able to use Inoreader to interact within its interface, but also have those interactions reflected on my own website (aka digital commonplace book) which sends notifications to the original content on the web instead of just leaving it siloed within Inoreader.

❤️ OnlineCrsLady tweeted I was already excited about #Domains19 ……….. and now I am REALLY excited!!! this is perfect moment for me to learn about HAXcms! https://t.co/bMsXpYhHls

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Looking forward to brainstorming about  books at the next session at IndieWebCamp New Haven in about 30 minutes.

 

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Watched "Madam Secretary" The Unnamed from CBS
Directed by Félix Enríquez Alcalá. With Téa Leoni, Tim Daly, Keith Carradine, Patina Miller. Elizabeth is torn about presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to someone who may not deserve it. President Dalton doubts his ability to return to leadership despite being cleared by doctors.

❤️ hmvanderhart tweet My 3yrold thinks all people looking at their phone are reading poems.

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