I get mush about Warren Buffett naked.
#pcPopUp2020 is 6 hours old in the UK, but way older in other parts of the world, feel free to join in— PressED Conf - A tweeting WordPress conference (@pressedconf) May 27, 2020
Do you want to know when someone annotates your webpages? Do you want to follow somebody's annotations? You have come to the right place.
One could easily wire up the output from this through a service like IFTTT, Zapier, Integromat, etc. to push the notifications to email, or other modalities as desired.
It doesn’t give anything over and above what a Hypothes.is addict with some programming skills could already produce, but for those who are code averse, or just too busy with building other pieces of the Domain of One’s Own this could allow some simpler outputs.
If you are a tinkerer, there is a GitHub repo for the project.
While you’re at it, why not throw in the usernames of some of your favorite annotators and subscribe away in your favorite feed reader? Some of the best things I discover online are through colleagues’ annotations, I think, in part, because it’s a much higher level of engagement with the material than the pablum found in many Twitter feeds.
It could also be a good means of following annotations on some of your favorite hashtags in the system as well. Want to learn some new words? Follow wordnik in your feed reader. Want to know the state of the art in Open Education Resources? There’s a tag serious people are annotating with that you could follow in your reader.
SEPTEMBER 5, 1995
Distinguished delegates and guests,
I would like to thank the Secretary General of the United Nations for inviting me to be part of the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women. This is truly a celebration -- a celebration of the contributions women make in every aspect of life: in the home, on the job, in their communities, as mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, learners, workers, citizens and leaders.
“If there is one message that echoes forth from this conference, it is that human rights are women’s rights…. And women’s rights are human rights.”
Iceberg is a beautiful, flexible writing editor for crafting posts and pages with the WordPress block editor
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Here’s a method I came up with for learning Morse code easily. All you need to do is become familiar with 26 “Morse code words”, each starting with a different letter of the alphabet:
Amy Bread Cobra Doll Eh Flash Good Heidi Ice Jenny Knit Large Mop Nod Oops Pasta Quran Ring Safe To Ugly Vicar Wasp Xraay (note - double a) Yukon Zoned These could be linked together in a story, or just learned by repetition. Now, to get the Morse code for a particular letter, take the ...
The data below shows some of the misspellings detected by our spelling correction system for the query [ britney spears ], and the count of how many different users spelled her name that way. Each of these variations was entered by at least two different unique users within a three month period, and was corrected to [ britney spears ] by our spelling correction system (data for the correctly spelled query is shown for comparison).
hat tip: Kevin Marks
Theme for NHS organisations based on the NHS Digital frontend framework. Highly customisable for all types of NHS organisations, from campaign sites to primary care providers to arms length bodies to community practices. This can also be used for non NHS organisations.
There’s a brand new, open source, theme for WordPress users in the NHS.
Nightingale 2.0 – https://t.co/h4nKAqVfq3
Responsive, accessible, free, and gorgeous.
Great work by the NHS Leadership Academy Digital Team.
— Terence Eden (@edent) April 30, 2020
I think it’s a shame that there is no good, definitive collection of notable quotes by everyone’s favorite musicians. So I’ve begun collecting quotes from different books I have and from across the internet. Below you’ll see the quotes organized by musician, and the number next to each name is how many quotes I have so far for that person.
A collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
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